2015-2017 BIENNIAL REPORT

Salc : Kaajal Ramjathan-Keogh

SALC envisions a region in which domestic and regional courts are strong, independent, and fully functional and in which they uphold and enforce the rule of law and human rights. To that end, SALC works with domestic lawyers in each jurisdiction, who are litigating public interest cases involving human rights and the rule of law. SALC works in Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. SALC supports lawyers in a variety of ways, including, as appropriate, providing legal research and drafting, training, and mentoring, and monetary support. While SALC aims primarily to provide support on a case-by-case basis, its objectives also include the provision of training, regional advocacy, and the facilitation of human rights networks within the region.

Introduction from the SALC’s Executive Director

The 2015 – 2017 period has seen several important victories for SALC’s key thematic programme areas – international criminal justice, health rights, women’s rights, and the rights of LGBTI persons. SALC made important strides in the development of women’s access to land and property during this period. For more information, please access our biennial report here.

Kaajal Ramjathan-Keogh

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