HIV/AIDS

[RESOURCE MATERIALS] Removing Legal Barriers to Prison Health and Human Rights: Legal Training for African Lawyers

From 13-15 March 2017, SALC will host a regional training meeting for African lawyers on Removing Legal Barriers to Prison Health and Rights. Participants, speakers and interested parties are invited to access resources on this page relating to the training. Links to the resource materials are provided below, as arranged according …» Read More

[Workshop Report] Using complaints to address healthcare violations in Malawi

  With funding from the Africa Regional Grant on HIV, SALC hosted workshops in Botswana, Malawi and Zambia on “Using complaints to address healthcare violations”, in reference to SALC’s Guidebook on the same subject. A workshop was held in Malawi from 6-7 February 2017 for participants from community-based organisations and non-governmental organisations, …» Read More

[GUIDEBOOK] Using Complaints to Address Healthcare Violations: A guide for healthcare users and community-based organisations

This Guidebook provides information about how healthcare users in Africa can enforce their human right to health by making use of complaint processes, particularly for people who are disproportionately vulnerable to HIV (key populations). The Guidebook gives information for healthcare users about human rights when using healthcare services, and on …» Read More

[CALL FOR APPLICATIONS] Removing Legal Barriers to Prison Health and Human Rights: Legal Training for African Lawyers

The Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) is a regional non-profit organisation that works to advance human rights and protect the rule of law in southern Africa. With funding though the Africa Regional Grant on HIV, SALC is hosting a 3-day regional training meeting for lawyers entitled “Removing legal barriers to …» Read More

[Research Report] Accountability and Redress for Discrimination in Healthcare in Botswana, Malawi and Zambia

Southern Africa bears a disproportionate burden of HIV globally and indications are that stigma and discrimination remain high, not only amongst people living with HIV but also amongst those most vulnerable to HIV. Stigma and discrimination violate human rights and are barriers to HIV prevention and treatment. This research report is concerned …» Read More