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SALC often provides training on litigation and advocacy linked to its focus areas. This includes national and regional trainings for lawyers, judges, magistrates, police, paralegals, and human rights activists.

Disability RightsHealth RightsSex Worker RightsSOGIE RightsTrainingZambia

Workshop Report: Using complaints to address healthcare violations in Zambia

With funding from the Africa Regional Grant on HIV, SALC hosted workshops in Botswana, Malawi and Zambia on “Using complaints to address healthcare violations”, in reference to SALC’s Guidebook on the same subject. A workshop was held in Zambia on 15 February 2017 for participants from community-based organisations and non-governmental…
Staff Writer
Apr 4, 2017
BotswanaDisability RightsHealth RightsSex Worker RightsSOGIE RightsTraining

Workshop Report: Using Complaints to address Healthcare Violations in Botswana

With funding from the Africa Regional Grant on HIV, SALC hosted workshops in Botswana, Malawi and Zambia on “Using complaints to address healthcare violations”, in reference to SALC’s Guidebook on the same subject. A workshop was held in Botswana from 21-22 February 2017 for participants from community-based organisations and non-governmental organisations, and from national human…
Staff Writer
Apr 4, 2017
AngolaBotswanaCriminal JusticeDemocratic Republic of CongoEswatiniHealth RightsLesothoMalawiMozambiqueRefugee and Migrant RightsSouth AfricaTanzaniaTrainingZambiaZimbabwe

Resource Materials: Removing Legal Barriers to Prison Health and Human Rights: Regional Lawyers Training

From 13-15 March 2017, SALC hosted a regional training meeting for African lawyers on Removing Legal Barriers to Prison Health and Rights. Participants, speakers and interested parties are invited to access resources on this page relating to the training. Links to the resource materials are provided below, as arranged according to the…
Staff Writer
Mar 6, 2017
Disability RightsHealth RightsMalawiSex Worker RightsSOGIE RightsTraining

Workshop Report: Using Complaints to address healthcare violations in Malawi

With funding from the Africa Regional Grant on HIV, SALC hosted workshops in Botswana, Malawi and Zambia on “Using complaints to address healthcare violations”, in reference to SALC’s Guidebook on the same subject. A workshop was held in Malawi from 6-7 February 2017 for participants from community-based organisations and non-governmental organisations, and from national…
Staff Writer
Mar 2, 2017
Criminal JusticeHealth RightsNewsTraining

[CALL FOR APPLICATIONS] REMOVING LEGAL BARRIERS TO PRISON HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS: LEGAL TRAINING FOR AFRICAN LAWYERS

The Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) is a regional non-profit organisation that works to advance human rights and protect the rule of law in southern Africa. With funding though the Africa Regional Grant on HIV, SALC is hosting a 3-day regional training meeting for lawyers entitled “Removing legal barriers to…
Annabel Raw
Nov 29, 2016
AngolaBotswanaDemocratic Republic of CongoEswatiniHealth RightsLesothoMalawiMozambiqueNamibiaRule of LawSouth AfricaTanzaniaTrainingZambiaZimbabwe

Removing legal barriers to treatment: Legal training on Health and Human Rights in Africa

The Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) is a regional non-profit organisation working to advance human rights and protect the rule of law in Southern Africa. SALC is hosting a regional training event for African lawyers on “Removing legal barriers to treatment: Legal training on health and human rights” with support from…
Staff Writer
Jun 28, 2016
BotswanaCriminal JusticeDisability RightsHealth RightsMalawiSex Worker RightsSexual and Reproductive Health RightsTrainingZambia

Removing Legal Barriers to Treatment – Legal Training on Health and Human Rights

On 27-29 June 2016, the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) hosted a regional training meeting for African lawyers on “Removing legal barriers to treatment: Legal training on health and human rights” in Johannesburg, South Africa. Participants, speakers and interested parties are invited to access resources on this page relating to the…
Staff Writer
Jun 20, 2016