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Lack of gender transformation in the judiciary

Investigative Report
15 Dec 16 Prisons & Criminal Justice

The slow pace of gender transformation of the judiciary cannot be evaluated in isolation. The discussion must be placed within the larger South African context in which transformation (in its broadest sense) remains a difficult and contested issue. Considering the causes of the slow pace of gender transformation of the bench and reflecting on possible ways to speed up such transformation requires a holistic approach.

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