23 Mar 2015 Staff Writer
OPEN LETTER FROM HUMAN RIGHTS AND FREE PRESS GROUPS CALLING FOR CHARGES AGAINST ...

Journalist Rafael Marques de Morais wrote a book, and for that, he could go to jail. His book, published in…

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18 Mar 2015 Staff Writer
JOINT STATEMENT-ANGOLA: DETAINED ACTIVISTS MUST BE IMMEDIATELY AND UNCONDITIONAL...

The Angolan authorities must immediately and unconditionally release two human rights defenders who were detained solely for exercising their rights…

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08 Sep 2014 Muluka-Anne Miti-Drummond
ANGOLA: PRESIDENTIAL MOVE DENIES JUSTICE FOR TWO MEN ABDUCTED AND KILLED BY STAT...

A man mysteriously disappears while heading to a demonstration he has helped organise. Two days later his colleague receives a…

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19 Aug 2014 Annabel Raw
HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE TIME OF EBOLA...

The outbreak of Ebola in west Africa has caused global hysteria and fear. Human rights should be our focus instead.…

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18 Nov 2013 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: ICC: AFRICA SHOULD REJECT ‘FREE PASS’ FOR LEADERS...

Human Rights Watch (Johannesburg, November 18, 2013) – African governments should reject special exemptions for sitting officials before the International…

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18 Jun 2013 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT-ADVOCATING FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL J...

Universal Jurisdiction News This report by the Southern Africa Litigation Centre demonstrates how civil society actors across the African continent have, through…

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11 Jun 2013 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS – AU, ICC LEADERS MUST FIND CONSENSUS ON KENYA WARRANTS...

SPARE a thought for African Union (AU) chairwoman Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor Fatou Bensouda. Each has…

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15 May 2013 Caroline James
AN EXCITING WEEK IN COURT FOR SALC: FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION, THE RIGHT TO EQUALITY...

SALC will be in the Constitutional Court of South Africa, the South Gauteng High Court, the Lusaka Magistrate’s Court and…

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