CLC senior researcher presents at Public Interest Law Gathering
Author: jacob
Published: 12 Jul 2013
On 12 July 2013, Civil Society Prison Reform Initiative’s Clare Ballard from the Community Law Centre delivered a presentation at the Public Interest Law Gathering (PILG) about judicial oversight in relation to the various forms of detention and the importance of the ratification of the Optional Protocol of the Convention against Torture.
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CSPRI’s Jean Redpath on SAfm
Author: jacob
Published: 10 Jul 2013
Senior researcher at the Community Law Centre, Jean Redpath on national radio, debating whether the National Prosecuting Authority is fulfilling its mandate.
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SALC and CHREAA launch study on nuisance-related arrests
Author: Jean
Published: 09 Jul 2013
The Southern African Litigation Centre (SALC) and Malawi's Centre for Human Rights Education, Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) launched a report at the Golden Peacock Hotel in Lilongwe on their study of the law and practice relating to arrests for nuisance-related offences in Blantyre, Malawi. Senior judges and magistrates were in attendance at the launch, and Justice Edward Twea gave the keynote address.
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CSPRI hosts a roundtable on remand detention
Author: Jean
Published: 27 May 2013
The Chief Deputy Commissioner for Remand in the Department of Correctional Services, Ms Britta Rotmann, explained the thinking behind the final draft white paper on remand detention at a roundtable in Cape Town on 23 May 2013.
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Arrest and detention of human rights defender in Chad
Author: Jean
Published: 12 May 2013
The organisation Front Line Defenders reported on 8 May 2012 that radio journalist and human rights defender Eric Topona was arrested and taken to prison after appearing before an investigating magistrate in N'Djamena and charged with “threatening the constitutional order”.
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Rampant abuses after coup in Central African Republic, says Human Rights Watch
Author: Jean
Published: 10 May 2013
Members of the Seleka rebel coalition, which ousted President François Bozizé of the Central African Republic on March 24, 2013, have committed grave violations against civilians, including pillage, summary executions, rape, and torture, Human Rights Watch said on 10 May 2013.
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