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NEWS RELEASE: ZAMBIAN POLICE MUST IMMEDIATELY RELEASE ACTIVIST

ZAMBIAN POLICE MUST IMMEDIATELY RELEASE UNLAWFULLY DETAINED HIV AND HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST, SAY SALC AND OSISA Johannesburg, 10 April 2013 – The Southern African Litigation Centre (SALC) and the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) have expressed their deep concern at the unlawful arrest and continued detention of Zambian HIV…
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10 Apr 2013
Articles and OpinionsCriminal JusticeDisability RightsFreedom of Expression, Assembly and AssociationSexual and Reproductive Health Rights

SALC attends the 52nd ordinary session of the African Commission on human and peoples’ rights

The 52nd Ordinary Session of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, held in Yamoussoukro, Cote D’Ivoire from 9-22 October 2012, celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the Commission. In a speech highlighting the challenges and successes of the Commission, Commissioner Atoli listed the high level of NGO participation at its sessions and…
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26 Oct 2012
Democratic Republic of CongoFocus areasFocus countriesFreedom of Expression, Assembly and Association

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 https://www.southernafricalitigationcentre.org/old_uploads/Statement%20on%20the%20Persecution%20of%20Battonnier%20Mbuyi%20Mbiye%20Tanayi.pdf
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21 Sep 2012