17 Jun 2020 Staff Writer
African Civil Society Call to The United States of America to Change...

In May 2020, over 1000 civil society organisations and individuals raised concerns around the structural and systemic inequality, racism, and injustice taking place in the United States. On 17 June 2020, the letter was delivered to Congress by Mooya Nyaundi…

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09 Jun 2020 Staff Writer
SALC’s open letter to Special Rapporteurs raising concerns over the human ...

On the 9 June 2020, SALC wrote letters to the UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression and to the Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression and Access to Information for…

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08 Jun 2020 Staff Writer
SALC is concerned about the renewed reprisals in Zimbabwe following the arrests ...

The Zimbabwe Republic Police arrested six Movement for Democratic Change Alliance (MDC) officials on Friday, 5 June, after they allegedly attempted to enter their party headquarters, Morgan Richard Tsvangirai House (MRT House, formerly Harvest House). The arrested MDC officials are…

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02 Jun 2020 Staff Writer
SALC Statement on arrest and detention of Zimbabwean lawyer Thabani Mpofu...

SALC is deeply concerned by the arrest and detention of prominent Zimbabwean lawyer, Advocate Thabani Mpofu. He was arrested on the 1st June 2020 by the Zimbabwe Republic Police on charges of defeating or obstructing the course of justice. Mpofu…

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28 May 2020 Staff Writer
Women’s Health Still Matters: The Impact of Covid-19 on Sexual and Reproductiv...

This year the International Day of Action for Women’s Health falls in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic. People’s lives have somewhat been put on hold due to COVID-19 and the efforts to deal with it. However the personal health…

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26 May 2020 Staff Writer
SADC: RESTRICTIVE COVID-19 REGULATIONS PRESENTING CONCERNING RAMIFICATIONS FOR E...

Civil Society Organisations' joint open letter to SADC on restrictive COVID-19 regulations presenting concerning ramifications for enjoyment of human rights, including livelihoods.

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20 May 2020 Staff Writer
Joint letter on immediate and urgent measures to protect the rights of prison de...

Non-governmental human rights organisations joined in writing a letter to President John Pombe Magufuli on immediate and urgent measures to protect the rights of prison detainees in Tanzania.

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20 May 2020 Staff Writer
SALC Board member pens open letter to Zimbabwean President Mnangagwa seeking acc...

Nehanda Radio 19 May 2020 By Beatrice Mtetwa Sir, I address you, not because you personally abducted, tortured and sexually abused JOANA MAMOMBE, CECILIA CHIMBIRI and NETSAI MAROVA. Neither do I address you because I know or am in other…

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18 May 2020 Staff Writer
Statement: SALC condemns the torture and abduction of women leaders in Zimbabwe...

SALC condemns abduction and torture of three women leaders in Zimbabwe. Movement for Democratic Change member of parliament, Hon Joana Mamombe and Young Assembly leaders Cecelia Chimbiri and Netsai Marova were allegedly abducted, detained and tortured over the last week.…

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04 May 2020 Staff Writer
NEWS RELEASE: ZAMBIA HIGH COURT UPHOLDS DISPLACED COMMUNITIES’ LAND RIGHTS...

Lusaka, 4 May 2020 – On 30 April 2020, the High Court of Zambia handed down a significant judgment on the land and property rights of rural communities. The case was brought by 13 community members, each representing her or his…

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30 Apr 2020 Staff Writer
ICC: Joint NGO Letter on State Party Support...

Rights Watch New York 28 April 2020 Your Excellency, We, the undersigned organizations, call on your State and all States Parties to the Rome Statute to show support for the Rome Statute system and the International Criminal Court (ICC), especially…

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09 Apr 2020 Anneke Meerkotter
JOINT CIVIL SOCIETY STATEMENT CALLING FOR DECONGESTION OF MALAWI PRISONS AMID CO...

9 April 2020, Malawi - We the undersigned organisations commend His Excellency, The State President, Arthur Peter Mutharika for including prison decongestion as one of the measures to combat COVID-19 in Malawi. In his Presidential Address on 4 April 2020, the…

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