Human Rights Report Cards

A summary of the year under review examining South Africa's progress with regards to human rights, as well as where it has been regressing.


The Centre for Constitutional Rights is pleased to present its tenth annual Human Rights Report Card indicating where, in our opinion, South Africa has been making progress with regard to human rights and where it has been regressing.

We have once again awarded the following grades for human rights in this year’s report card: A = Excellent; B = Good; C = Average; D = Poor; and E = Very Poor. At the same time, the +, = and - signs are used to indicate whether things are getting better, staying the same or deteriorating. We have also included last year’s grade for comparison...

The Centre for Constitutional Rights is pleased to present its ninth annual Human Rights Report Card indicating where, in our opinion, South Africa has been making progress with regard to human rights and where it has been regressing.

We have once again awarded the following grades for human rights in this year’s report card: A = Excellent; B = Good; C = Average; D = Poor; and E = Very Poor. At the same time, the +, = and - signs are used to indicate whether things are getting better, staying the same or deteriorating. We have also included last year’s grade for comparison...

The Centre for Constitutional Rights is pleased to present its ninth annual Human Rights Report Card indicating where, in our opinion, South Africa has been making progress with regard to human rights and where it has been regressing.

We have once again awarded the following grades for human rights in this year’s report card: A = Excellent; B = Good; C = Average; D = Poor; and E = Very Poor. At the same time, the +, = and - signs are used to indicate whether things are getting better, staying the same or deteriorating. We have also included last year’s grade for comparison...

The Centre for Constitutional Rights is pleased to present its eighth annual Human Rights Report Card indicating where, in our opinion, South Africa has been making progress with regard to human rights and where it has been regressing.

We have once again awarded the following grades for human rights in this year’s report card: A = Excellent; B = Good; C = Average; D = Poor; and E = Very Poor. At the same time, the +, = and - signs are used to indicate whether things are getting better, staying the same or deteriorating. We have also included last year’s grade for comparison...

The Centre for Constitutional Rights is pleased to present its seventh annual Human Rights Report Card indicating where, in our opinion, South Africa has been making progress with regard to human rights and where it has been regressing.

We have once again awarded the following grades for human rights in this year’s report card: A = Excellent; B = Good; C = Average; D = Poor; and E = Very Poor. At the same time, the +, = and - signs are used to indicate whether things are getting better, staying the same or deteriorating. We have also included last year’s grade for comparison...

Adv Johan Kruger: Director, Centre for Constitutional Rights

The Centre for Constitutional Rights takes pleasure in presenting its sixth annual Human Rights Report Card indicating where, in our opinion, South Africa has been making progress with regard to human rights and where it has been regressing.

We have once again awarded the following grades for human rights in this year’s report card: A = Excellent; B = Good; C = Average; D = Poor; and E = Very Poor. At the same time, the +, = and - signs are used to indicate whether things are getting better, staying the same or deteriorating. We have also included last year’s grade for comparison...

The Centre for Constitutional Rights takes pleasure in presenting its fifth annual Human Rights Report Card indicating where, in our opinion, South Africa has been making progress with regard to human rights and where it has been regressing.

We have once again awarded the following grades for human rights in this year’s report card: A = Excellent; B = Good; C = Average; D = Poor; and E = Very Poor. At the same time, the +, = and -­‐ signs are used to indicate whether things are getting better, staying the same or deteriorating. We have also included last year’s grade for comparison...

The Centre for Constitutional Rights takes pleasure in presenting its fourth annual Human Rights Report Card indicating where, in our opinion, South Africa has been making progress with regard to human rights and where it has been regressing.

We have once again awarded the following grades for human rights in this year’s report card: A = Excellent; B = Good; C = Average; D = Poor; and E = Very Poor. At the same time, the +, = and -­‐ signs are used to indicate whether things are getting better, staying the same or deteriorating. We have also included last year’s grade for comparison.

The Centre for Constitutional Rights takes pleasure in presenting its third annual Human Rights Report Card indicating where, in our opinion, South Africa has been making progress with regard to human rights and where it has been regressing. We have once again awarded the following grades for human rights in this year’s report card: A = Excellent; B = Good; C = Average; D = Poor; and E = Very Poor. At the same time, the +, = and ­‐ signs are used to indicate whether things are getting better,staying the same or deteriorating. We have also included last year’s grade for comparison...

Last year, on Human Rights Day, the Centre for Constitutional Rights issued its first Human Rights Report Card. We have decided to continue the process this year with a new Report Card that indicates where, in our opinion, we have been making progress with regard to human rights and where we have been regressing. We have once again awarded the following grades for human rights in this year’s report card: A = Excellent; B = Good; C = Average; D = Poor; and E = Very Poor. At the same time, the +, = and ­‐ signs are used to indicate whether things are getting better, staying the same or deteriorating. We have also included last year’s grade for comparison...

Today, on National Human Rights Day, we celebrate the remarkable progress that we have made in establishing a human rights culture. The Centre for Constitutional Rights thought that it would be appropriate to assess the degree to which we have succeeded in making the rights in the Constitution a reality for South African citizens...

 
 

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