02 Mar 2017 Staff Writer
SALC calls for #equalhealthforall...

1 March is internationally known as Zero Discrimination Day. Discrimination undermines human dignity and is a violation of human rights. As stated by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS), the effects of discrimination aren’t isolated to the suffering…

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02 Mar 2017 Staff Writer
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…

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17 Feb 2017 Staff Writer
Joint Statement to UN Human Rights Council opposing discriminatory treatment aga...

On 10 February 2017, the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC), the International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI) and the Malawi Centre for Human Rights Education, Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) made a joint submission to the United Nations Human Rights…

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08 Feb 2017 Staff Writer
Malawi: Discriminatory Sentencing Against Persons with Albinism...

SALC is working with the Centre for Human Rights Education, Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) and a private lawyer, Mr Daniel Kalaya, to review a discriminatory sentence against a man with albinism convicted of a criminal offence in the case of S v…

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07 Feb 2017 Staff Writer
Media Advisory: Malawi High Court to hear case on discriminatory sentencing on m...

Thyolo – On Wednesday 8 February 2017, the Malawi High Court in Thyolo will hear arguments on an appeal of a man with albinism who argues that the sentence imposed on him for a minor offence was discriminatory. What: Challenge…

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30 Jan 2017 Staff Writer
Mental Disorders act of Zambia must be declared null and void...

Many African countries are currently being governed using laws which were passed during the pre-independence period. Essentially, this means that countries are running using colonial rules and laws. Specifically, many countries have got mental health laws that are archaic. Zambia…

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