As nations convene at the United Nations in Geneva this week to continue deliberations on “lethal autonomous weapons systems” or “killer robots”, it is clear that the diplomatic process is moving too slowly.
On 27 March 2018, the African Union held a High-Level Seminar on Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems for African Union Missions to Geneva at the United Nations Headquarters in Geneva., Switzerland.
Address by Deputy President David Mabuza during the commemoration of Human Rights Day in Sharpeville, Gauteng.
Meetali Jain is an international human rights lawyer, who practiced for several years in Washington DC and California. She lectures on the Centre for Human Rights' LLM Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation around issues of clinical legal education. In 2015, she assists with supervising the Centre's Right to Life clinical group, and in 2014, she assisted with the Business and Human Rights and Litigation clinical groups. Meetali manages the research project focused on commissions of inquiry in Africa for the Institute for International and Comparative Law in Africa. She has also been involved with coordination of the National Schools Moot Competition.