22 Aug 2012 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: HOW TO FIGHT HIV CRIMINALIZATION IN COURTS OF LAW AND PUBLIC O...

As the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) in Washington, DC, presented hopes of achieving an AIDS-free generation, some advocates…

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17 Aug 2012 Staff Writer
ZIMBABWE: POLICING SEX WORK – AN APPROPRIATE RESPONSE?...

For the past three months police in Harare have been conducting operations to arrest women in bars and night clubs.…

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21 Jul 2012 Staff Writer
Former president of Botswana leads to “end the epidemic of bad laws”...

[caption id="attachment_2556" align="alignnone" width="300"] Barbare Lee; Michel Sidibé; Jan Eliason; Helen Clark; Festus Mogae[/caption] The 9th of July 2012 has proved…

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13 Jul 2012 Staff Writer
Litigating against loitering laws – PILG panel...

The Public Interest Law Gathering, organised from 11 to 13 July 2012 in Johannesburg, reflected on some of the challenges to…

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13 Jul 2012 Staff Writer
BOTSWANA: AIDS RESPONSE MUST BE GUIDED BY HUMAN RIGHTS AND JUSTICE...

In Botswana and across Africa, HIV continues to prey on women, sex workers and men who have sex with men.…

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14 Nov 2011 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: PROSTITUTES SUE GOVERNMENT...

Two years after 14 commercial sex workers in Mwanza were arrested by police and forced to undergo an HIV test,…

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07 Jul 2011 Staff Writer
US court finds anti-prostitution pledge for funding violates free speech...

What does the decision of a US court sitting in New York have to do with our HIV work here in Africa?…

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12 Oct 2009 Staff Writer
MALAWI: MALAWI POLICE DEMAND HIV TESTS...

It was, Malawian police say, a routine sweep for criminals at one of the country’s busiest border posts. They were…

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