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NEWS RELEASE: HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANISATIONS APPLAUD AFRICAN COMMISSION’S LAUNCH OF HIV REPORT

Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire –  On this International Human Rights Day, regional human rights organisations commend the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACHPR) on the adoption and launch of the summary version of the Report on the Law and Human Rights in the African Human Rights System: Key Challenges…
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11 Dec 2017
AngolaBotswanaDemocratic Republic of CongoEswatiniInternational Criminal JusticeLesothoMalawiMozambiqueNamibiaNewsRule of LawSADCSouth AfricaTanzaniaZambiaZimbabwe

STATEMENT: CIVIL SOCIETY GROUP (COALITION FOR AN EFFECTIVE SADC TRIBUNAL) MOURNS THE DEMISE OF THE SADC TRIBUNAL

About the SADC Tribunal - Civil society slam states for suspending the Tribunal On what what was supposed to be the 12th Anniversary of the SAC Tribunal, SALC and civil society partners, members of SADC Tribunal Coalition, express serious concern about the suspension of the Tribunal. Collectively, these stakeholders reminded states of the importance of a sub-regional…
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21 Nov 2017
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SALC IN THE NEWS: WHY KENYA’S TERRORIST ATTACK MIGHT BE THE ICC’S SAVING GRACE

SOME commentators, such as Michela Wrong writing in the Financial Times, have suggested that among the casualties in the Westgate attack in Nairobi is the International Criminal Court (ICC). They are wrong. Perversely, the attack, in providing for delay in ICC proceedings, may allow for the saving of the court.…
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16 Nov 2017
Freedom of Expression, Assembly and AssociationLesothoNewsTanzania

STATEMENT: 61ST ORDINARY SESSION OF THE AFRICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN AND PEOPLE’S RIGHTS, BANJUL, THE GAMBIA |1-15 November 2017

SALC is attending the 61st  Ordinary session of the African Commission on Human and People's Rights in Banjul, Republic of the Gambia. The organisation, yesterday, made submissions on freedom of expression in Lesotho and Tanzania highlighting critical concern relating to freedom of press and the media, as well as attacks against journalist. Click here for full…
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7 Nov 2017
AngolaBotswanaCriminal JusticeDemocratic Republic of CongoEswatiniHealth RightsLesothoMalawiMozambiqueNamibiaSouth AfricaTanzaniaZambiaZimbabwe

According to the World Health Organisation, tuberculosis (TB) is one of the top ten causes of death worldwide

According to the World Health Organisation, tuberculosis (TB) is one of the top ten causes of death worldwide and is the leading cause of death amongst people living with HIV: In 2015, 1.8 million people died from TB. In many African countries, prison conditions violate peoples’ human rights in a…
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24 Mar 2017
AngolaBotswanaCriminal JusticeDemocratic Republic of CongoEswatiniHealth RightsLesothoMalawiMozambiqueRefugee and Migrant RightsSouth AfricaTanzaniaTrainingZambiaZimbabwe

Resource Materials: Removing Legal Barriers to Prison Health and Human Rights: Regional Lawyers Training

From 13-15 March 2017, SALC hosted a regional training meeting for African lawyers on Removing Legal Barriers to Prison Health and Rights. Participants, speakers and interested parties are invited to access resources on this page relating to the training. Links to the resource materials are provided below, as arranged according to the…
Staff Writer
6 Mar 2017