Here is a collection of some of the papers and presentations made at PILG 2011, available for review.

Langaville: A Case Study,

Vele Colliery: A Case Study, by Carina du Toit

The Rise of the Public Interest in Merger Decisions, by Yongama Njisane

Rural Education in the Free State, by the Centre for Applied Legal Studies

Learner Pregnancy, by the Centre for Child Law

Public Interest Procedure, by James Fowkes

Mega Farm Schools Case Study, by the Centre for Applied Legal Studies

Social & Academic Impact of the Hostel Schools Project, by Blessing Mushohwe

Siga Village, by Zeenat Sujee

Corruption and Access to Information, by Gabriella Razzano

Reforming Legal Education Presentation, by Meetali Jain and Shaheda Mahomed

14 years in limbo waiting for the “Promised Land”: an update on the Rooigrond case study, Linda Stewart

Annual Report on Asylum Statistics: 2010-2011, Department of Home Affairs

Notes from the “Emerging Trends in Refugee Protection” Side Meeting, Lawyers for Human Rights