Plain Language Publications

SALC, in conjunction with its local partners, seeks to support communities to assert their rights and to use litigation as a tool to lobby for social change. SALC often produces plain language publications to ensure that the rights affirmed by courts are translated into practice and that court victories lead to change.

16 Jan 2020 Annabel Raw
Securing the Rights of People Living with HIV in the Workplace:...

This is a booklet explaining the judgment in the case of X v Brink and Others from the Abuja Industrial…

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18 Oct 2019 Anneke Meerkotter
Eswatini: Summary of the Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Act...

The Rights4All Project, under its My Body My Rights Campaign, published a booklet which summarises the provisions of the Sexual…

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16 Aug 2019 Anneke Meerkotter
ESWATINI: DOMESTIC WORK & THE LAW...

The Rights4All Project, under its My Body My Rights Campaign, published a pamphlet setting out the various laws which apply…

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16 Aug 2019 Anneke Meerkotter
ESWATINI: SEX WORKERS & THE LAW...

The Rights4All Project, as part of its My Body My Rights Campaign, has produced leaflets on the laws which can…

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24 Mar 2017 Staff Writer
A victory for the right to fair and substantial justice: Recent cases from the M...

All persons are entitled to fundamental rights and freedoms, including the right not to be discriminated against, harassed, or abused, and…

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24 Feb 2017 Staff Writer
Know your rights: Sex work and the law in Malawi...

  Sex workers include female, male and transgender adults who receive money or goods in exchange for sexual services, either…

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24 Dec 2016 Staff Writer
SALC Guidebook: Using complaints to address healthcare violations...

This Guidebook provides information about how healthcare users in Africa can enforce their human right to health by making use…

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24 Sep 2016 Staff Writer
The LEGABIBO case: A victory for the right to freedom of association...

In March 2016, the Botswana Court of Appeal ruled that the government's refusal to register an LGBT organisation unconstitutional. This…

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