Liberation Legacy Public Lecture
The National Heritage Council of South Africa (NHC), the implementing agent of the country’s Resistance and Liberation Heritage Route programme, will commemorate Human Rights month through a virtual Liberation Legacy Public Lecture that will focus on the entity’s first 10-part serial nomination dossier – Human Rights, Liberation Struggle and Reconciliation: Nelson Mandela Legacy Sites under the theme- Promoting Human rights in the Age of COVID19.
Honourable Thandi Modise, speaker of the National Assembly of South Africa will deliver a key note address, with Prof. Mcebisi Ndletyana, as the moderator.
Date: Wednesday, 31 March 2021
Time: 11h00 – 13h00
Virtual Platforms: Streamed live on – NationalHeritageCouncil Facebook page or you can join in via Microsoft Teams: link will be provided on the NHC’s facebook page.
The Liberation Legacy Public Lecture will include the following esteemed panel of respondents: OF SPEAKERS:
• Dr Marjorie Jobson: National Director of Khulumani Support Group
• Father Micheal Lapsley: Founder: Institute for Healing of Memories
• Professor Lonias Ndlovu: Dean in the School of Law at University of Venda
• Ms Corlette Letlojane: Executive Director – The Human Rights Institute of SA
The NHC intends to remind South Africans of the hard earned liberation by heroes and heroines that need to be celebrated for their legacy to live on through this public lecture.
For more information about the Resistance and Liberation Heritage Route Programme, please contact (012) 748 3949.