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#HumanRightsTweets: Role of democratic institutions in ensuring accountability

Written by: Sithandwa Ngwetsheni

This morning,The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation(IJR) took over Lead SA's Twitter account.

The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation enables African and global communities to promote reconciliation and to apply human-centred approaches to socio-economic justice.

Using the official hashtag #HumanRightsTweets, IJR took the opportunity to look at the role of democratic institutions in ensuring accountability, transparency and good governance.

Browse through the tweets for all that happened on Twitter:

To learn more and to support the work that the institute does visit www.ijr.org.za



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