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Seminars and Conferences

SALC frequently hosts regional and national conferences and seminars to advance human rights discourse. These events seeks to build on SALC’s litigation goals in its various focus areas.

BotswanaCriminal JusticeDisability RightsHealth RightsMalawiRule of LawSeminars and ConferencesSOGIE RightsTraining ToolsWomen’s Land and Property RightsZambia

Using the court to protect vulnerable people: Perspectives from the judiciary and legal profession

In February and March 2014 the Southern Africa Litigation Centre, the National Association of Women Judges and Magistrates (Botswana) and the judiciaries in Malawi and Zambia co-hosted judicial colloquia on the rights of vulnerable groups. The colloquia provided a unique opportunity for judges to discuss and debate the development of…
Staff Writer
24 Dec 2014
International Criminal JusticeResearch Reports & Policy BriefsSADCSeminars and Conferences

Closing the impunity gap – Southern Africa’s role in securing justice for the 1994 genocide in Rwanda

The Southern Africa Litigation Centre and REDRESS are pleased to share the Report, Closing the Impunity Gap – Southern Africa’s Role in Securing Justice for the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda. The attached Report draws on the outcomes and findings of the Conference “Closing the Impunity Gap: Southern Africa’s Role in Ensuring…
Staff Writer
27 Feb 2012
International Criminal JusticeSADCSeminars and Conferences

Closing the impunity gap: Southern Africa’s role in securing justice for 1994 Rwanda Genocide

Drawing on the outcomes of the Conference, “Closing the Impunity Gap: Southern Africa’s Role in Securing Justice for the 1994 Rwandan Genocide”, organised by SALC, REDRESS and African Rights, this publication addresses the presence of genocide suspects in Southern African states and the obligations of these states to hold them…
Staff Writer
24 Dec 2011