The FOR SA Roadshow took place in numerous cities across the country during May and June 2019. It focused on the important, current cultural and legal threats to religious freedom – particularly to say what it is we believe and to live out our beliefs.
The Roadshow was presented by those at the forefront of defending our rights and freedoms in this area and aims to inform and equip people on how best to engage with these issues and to protect themselves, their religious organisations, businesses, schools etc. against these threats.
Part 1 is delivered by FOR SA’s Legal Counsel, Adv Nadene Badenhorst, and covers such things such as hate speech, parental rights, the removal of conscientious freedom from State employees, the limitation of religious freedom at educational institutions and the autonomy of religious organisations.