25 Jun 2020 Staff Writer
Advertisements on the deteriorating situation of lawyers in Turkey...

The BirGün and Yeni Yaşam 24 June 2020 SALC joins 34 bar associations and lawyers' organizations to draw attention to…

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22 Jun 2020 Staff Writer
Are African nations putting policing over public health?...

On 29 May 2020, SALC's intern, Nicholas Bugeja's article titled: Are African nations putting policing over public health? was published…

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18 Jun 2020 Amanda Shivamba
In the lead-up to Malawi’s election ‘re-run’, its Government is in free fa...

On 17 June, SALC's intern, Nicholas Bugeja's article titled " In the lead-up to Malawi's election re-run, its Government is…

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17 Jun 2020 Amanda Shivamba
Statement Condemning the Killing of Judge Raphael Yanyi Ovungu...

SALC is concerned by the targeting and killing of Judge Raphael Yanyi Ovungu, a member of the judiciary in the…

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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…

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15 Jun 2020 Amanda Shivamba
Joint Statement on the Threats Against the Independence of Judges in Malawi...

On 15 June 2020, civil society issued a joint statement calling upon Chief Justice Hon. Andrew Nyirenda and Hon. Judge…

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10 Jun 2020 Amanda Shivamba
An Analysis of Zimbabwe’s Proposed Constitutional Amendments Relating to t...

The Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 2) Bill, 2019 (‘the Amendment Bill’) was published in Zimbabwe’s Government Gazette on 31…

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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…

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