17 Aug 2018 Staff Writer
Malawi: Inequality and the myth of the right to legal representation...

On 8 August 2018, the Malawi High Court in Blantyre heard a constitutional application relating to the case of State v Willias Daudi. Mr Daudi had been convicted of robbery after a full trial. At the time of his trial,…

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16 Jul 2018 Annabel Raw
Inhumane detention in Malawi – Video Series part 4...

Part 4: The call for change See the final part of the video series (produced by the Centre for Human Rights Education, Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) and SALC) on Inhumane Detention in Malawi. In this video, activists, judges, lawyers and former prisoners…

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06 Jun 2018 Anneke Meerkotter
Malawi: Challenging the imprisonment of children...

This case was brought by civil society organisations who are concerned that the conditions in Bvumbwe and Kachere prisons are deplorable and not in the best interests of children who are in conflict with the law. Currently a number of…

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28 May 2018 Staff Writer
STATEMENT: ICC refuses all African submissions in respect of The Hashemite Repub...

On 29 April 2018, the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) jointly with Professor Bonita Meyersfeld, filed an application for leave to make amicus curiae submissions in the case of The Prosecutor v Omar Hassan Ahmad Al-Bashir before the International Criminal…

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02 May 2018 Staff Writer
STATEMENT: SALC COMMEMORATES INTERNATIONAL WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY...

On 3 May, every year, the world celebrates the International World Press Freedom Day. The occasion is regarded as an opportunity to celebrate the fundamental principles of press freedom, assess the state of press freedom, defend the media from attacks…

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23 Mar 2018 Staff Writer
A CALL FOR AN END AND A HOLISTIC RESPONSE TO ATTACKS ON PERSONS WITH ALBINISM: T...

We the undersigned organizations hereby express our deep concern over the continuing attacks on people with albinism in Malawi and generally in the Southern African region. We have taken note of and endorsed the statement issued by the Human Rights…

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