A documentary series that expands and deepens our understanding of how South African communities are demanding change, using the law. From the "hijacked" buildings of inner city Johannesburg to the depths of a platinum mine, from the courts to the streets and into the homes of poor South Africans, these powerful short films offer new insights into the possibilities for change in post apartheid South Africa. The films showcase how a new generation of young human rights lawyers are drawing on South Africa's strong tradition of public interest law to keep the promise of our constitutional democracy. From the award-winning filmmaker of Dear Mandela, the story of South Africa's post apartheid generation.
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