08 May 2013 Staff Writer
SALC REPORT: POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT: ADVOCATING FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTI...

SALC is pleased to announce the release of Positive Reinforcement: Advocating for International Criminal Justice in Africa. It is intended that Positive Reinforcement be a resource, guide and advocacy tool for African civil society working in the field of international criminal law in…

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08 May 2013 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS – AFRICA: CIVIL SOCIETY’S ROLE IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LA...

All Africa 8 May 2013, AllAfrica.com There are few more controversial topics in Africa at the moment than the continent’s relationship with the International Criminal Court – as exemplified by the contrasting reactions to the election of Uhuru Kenyatta, who…

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21 Sep 2012 Staff Writer
SADC LA: STATEMENT ON THE HARASSMENT OF BATONNIER MBUYI MBIYE TANAYI OF THE DRC...

A statement from the SADC Lawyers’ Association following the continued harassment of the President of the DRC National Bar Association by the government of that country. Download the statement below.   Statement on the Persecution of Battonnier Mbuyi Mbiye Tanayi…

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20 Sep 2010 Staff Writer
BREAKING THE INTENTIONAL SILENCE – THE UN DRAFT MAPPING REPORT...

I reccomend that anyone following the debate around the leaked UN draft report detailing international crimes committed in the DRC take the time to read an insightful article by Juan Carrero of the International Forum for the Truth and Justice in the…

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17 Sep 2010 Staff Writer
DRAFT UN REPORT – PAVING THE WAY FOR JUSTICE IN THE DRC...

The leaked United Nations Mapping Report documenting  a decade of violence in the DRC has caused quite a stir. The report documents atrocities committed by various armed groups in the country, it also alleges that Rwandan forces systematically killed Hutu refugees that fled the DRC in the aftermath of…

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17 Aug 2010 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: SCANT ROOM TO SCOFF AT MODEL’S STUPIDITY...

AMONG those who do human rights work and who are inclined to sackcloth and ashes, model Naomi Campbell’s testimony at the Special Court for Sierra Leone caused much consternation: “She got more attention than all the victims of Sierra Leone…

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