#HumanRightsTweets: Section 27 takes over Lead SA Twitter handle

Lead SA is handing over their Twitter handle for the next two weeks to NGO’s who work in the Human Rights sector.

This is part of a broader six-month campaign, “Living the Constitution”.

It forms part of Lead SA's broader 2017 strategy around the South African Constitution; to highlight it and make it accessible to all South Africans.

Seven organisations will be tweeting over the next two weeks using #HumanRightsTweets from 10:30 am to 12 noon.

Section 27 will be chatting about good governance and accountability on Tuesday.

Listen to the interview with Section 27 executive director, Mark Heywood, below to hear more about their Twitter Take Over...


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