The Malawi government’s Revised Readmission Procedures to deal with learner pregnancy was launched in 2006. Ten years later, SALC and the Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) conducted research into the manner in which the policy is applied in practice. This research report critically assesses the current policy provisions and their enforcement. The report highlights various factors that ought to be considered in the revision of the policy and its application to ensure that it does not violate the human rights of learners.
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