Inputs invited on national action plan to combat racism

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Cabinet has called on South Africans to make constructive inputs to the draft National Action Plan to combat racism, discrimination, xenophobia and re-lated intolerances.
The public can submit their comments before the 30 June 2016 deadline for the fi-nal document that will be submitted to cabi-net for approval.
Comments and inputs can be submitted via email to nap@justice.gov.za
“The plan provides the basis for a public policy against racial discrimination that will assist in giving effect to our international hu-man rights obligations,” cabinet said in a statement.
It is also envisaged that the NAP will pro-vide for specific outcomes and a technical guiding framework for government's poli-cies, programmes and strategies to combat racial discrimination, and is a step towards complying with the obligation to give effect to the constitutional value of equality and non-discrimination.
Government has dedicated the month of March to Human Rights Month.
The month is been commemorated under the theme South Africa united against ra-cism and will reinforce government's com-mitment to the Bill of Rights as enshrined in the Constitution. GCIS

Cabinet has called on South Africans to make constructive inputs to the draft National Action Plan to combat racism, discrimination, xenophobia and re-lated intolerances.
The public can submit their comments before the 30 June 2016 deadline for the fi-nal document that will be submitted to cabi-net for approval.
Comments and inputs can be submitted via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
“The plan provides the basis for a public policy against racial discrimination that will assist in giving effect to our international hu-man rights obligations,” cabinet said in a statement.
It is also envisaged that the NAP will pro-vide for specific outcomes and a technical guiding framework for government's poli-cies, programmes and strategies to combat racial discrimination, and is a step towards complying with the obligation to give effect to the constitutional value of equality and non-discrimination.
Government has dedicated the month of March to Human Rights Month.
The month is been commemorated under the theme South Africa united against ra-cism and will reinforce government's com-mitment to the Bill of Rights as enshrined in the Constitution. GCIS