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SEJA Baseline Survey 2018

The FHR is proud to share the results of the biggest attitudinal survey carried out across South Africa on awareness, access and attitude to human rights, democracy and the Constitution, under the SEJA Programme

The Foundation for Human Rights (FHR) is proud to share the results of the biggest attitudinal survey carried out across South Africa on awareness, access and attitude to human rights, democracy and the Constitution, under the Socio-economic Justice for All (SEJA) Programme. The SEJA programme is implemented in partnership with the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DoJ&CD) and funded by the European Union (EU) through Sector Budget Support.

This survey is substantial in scale, with 24 897 interviews having been conducted across all the provinces covering more than 4 165 sites. The last survey of this kind, was carried out by the Foundation in 2011 and in which 4 200 respondents were interviewed across 22 sites.

To download the popular version, refer to www.fhr.org.za/index.php/download_file/1407.

To download the long version, refer to www.fhr.org.za/index.php/download_file/1408.