David F. Levi, director of the Bolch Judicial Institute, joins Hon. Dikgang Moseneke for a discussion of Moseneke’s recent memoir “My Own Liberator.” Recording available on YouTube.
Sanford School of Public Policy | January 24, 2020By Tyler Strobl
Sanford students are strongly encouraged to “Stand for Something.” Every day, we learn about the most pressing issues facing the planet and with each class we add new tools to our toolkit. Sanford alums can be found across the country and globe using the skills they […]
By Duke Today Staff
Dikgang Moseneke, former deputy chief justice of South Africa and a 2020 Rubenstein Fellow, spoke this week at the Robert R. Wilson Lecture sponsored by Duke’s Center for International Development and the Sanford School of Public Policy. He is also a recipient of the 2020 Bolch Prize for the Rule of Law.
Duke Center for International Development | January 22, 2020By Jackie Ogburn, Sanford School of Public Policy
“One of the lessons I had to take in: I was born a slave, I better not die a slave. I had to be my own liberator,” said Dikgang Moseneke, a South African freedom fighter who […]
Dikgang Moseneke, Former Deputy Chief Justice of the South African Constitutional Court, to Receive 2020 Bolch Prize for the Rule of Law
DURHAM, N.C. – Dikgang Moseneke, an internationally revered jurist who helped build and lead a post-apartheid, democratic South Africa, will receive the 2020 Bolch Prize for the Rule of Law, David F. Levi, director of the Bolch Judicial Institute at Duke Law School, announced today.
A lifelong advocate for justice, human rights, and the rule […]
Duke Today | November 22, 2019By Duke Today Staff
Dikgang Moseneke, who rose from a human rights leader during apartheid to Deputy Chief Justice of South Africa, will join Duke University as a Rubenstein Fellow during the spring semester of 2020.
At Duke, Moseneke will explore current challenges to constitutional democracy and rule of law. […]