In November 2020, The Southern Africa Litigation Centre, ARASA and HIV Justice Worldwide put together a discussion document on the Criminalisation of HIV in Angola. This brief has been prepared for Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) working on HIV and human rights in Angola, to contribute to discussions around criminalisation of HIV in the country. It sets out concerns regarding the criminalisation of HIV transmission, exposure and non-disclosure in general, based on compelling scientific developments and the position of international human rights and public health experts. It further examines the relevant laws and their application in Angola, provides alternatives to criminalisation and concludes with specific recommendations regarding the reform of such laws in the country.
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SALC SUBMISSION ON ZIMBABWE’S 3RD UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW
Zimbabwe is in the midst of an economic crisis, which has only been exacerbated by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Lockdown restrictions have led to a decrease in manufacturing, non-mineral exports, hospitality, trade and transport sectors. Despite Zimbabwe’s Constitution, there is a serious deterioration of the political, economic and…
Staff WriterJul 15, 2021
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2019-2021 Biennial report
SALC's biennial report captures activities for March 2019 to February 2021. Read the report here.
Staff WriterMay 18, 2021
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Joint submission to the OHCHR for the Eswatini UPR
SALC and ESGM made a joint submission to the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) for the Eswatini UPR 39th Session. Read the submission here.
Staff WriterMar 25, 2021