Youths learn about the Constitution and the importance of activism

| Nokubonga Yawa
Discussion on youth activism. Photo by Nokubonga Yawa.

The Constitutional Literacy and Service Initiative (CLASI) ran a camp for learners from different schools about the Constitution at the District 6 Museum from 2 to 4 July.

The participants learned about human rights, the Constitution and important constitutional court cases. The purpose was to show young people the importance of youth activism.

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