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11-year-old Nigerian Naomi Oloyede delivers impressive speech at the Education for Justice conference in Austria
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Africans rising 11-year-old Nigerian Naomi Oloyede delivers impressive speech at the Education for Justice conference in Austria

Nigerian junior high student, Naomi Oloyede who was selected to represent her country at the “The Education for Justice (E4J), High Level conference on Corruption” received a standing ovation from the over 200 global stakeholders in attendance for her rousing speech.

A South African shame: children in prisons
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Politics and Society A South African shame: children in prisons

Within the bill of rights of the Constitution of South Africa there is a section which outlines a set of separate, additional rights for children. Section 28 provides a stronger set of rights for children than for adults, including the right for a child not to be detained except as a measure of last resort, recently explored in the Constitutional Court judgement in the Radhuva case. Are children in South Africa being held in adult prisons for too long and are they being rehabilitated?