On May 19th, 2016, Albie Sachs, a senior member of the African National Congress and a key architect of Mandela’s post-apartheid Constitution, delivered the fifth Annual Pluralism Lecture in Toronto at the Aga Khan Museum.
Delivering a speech entitled, “The Battle for the South African Constitution,” Sachs, who was at the heart of the process, explained how the conflict was resolved and South Africa ended up having one of the most admired constitutions in the world. A dialogue followed the lecture, moderated by Doug Saunders, International Affairs Columnist with the Globe and Mail, with audience questions submitted by a global audience watching the live webcast of the event online.
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- Global Centre for Pluralism Annual Lecture 2016
Insight & Perspective by A. Maherali