HSF briefs

Concluding Remarks
Sep 15, 2021

This brief provides for concluding remarks and responses on Research Fellow Matthew Kruger’s previously published brief entitled “A Life of Freedom: Mandatory Vaccines and Mocking the Dead” in which he argued that it is a shared narcissistic disgust of others that motivates the present move towards a policy of mandating vaccines.

Human Rights violations in the Kingdom of Eswatini
Sep 07, 2021
Mihloti Basil Sherinda

This brief discusses human rights violations in the Kingdom of Eswatini in terms of domestic and international law. There are two aspects to consider: the use of force by the police and the right to freedom of expression and access to information. The reasons for civil unrest and the response to it by the government are explored. Following the unrest, the people of Eswatini should exercise their right to choose their political system and justice must be done for lives lost during the unrest.

The Judicial Battleground
Aug 27, 2021
Chelsea Ramsden

This brief considers the general state of the judiciary and makes the point that given the current judicial and political climate the selection of the next Chief Justice is of vital importance.