Building vibrant and tolerant democracies
African CSOs urge AU to boost cooperation with ICC to ensure accountability for grave crimes
Commission calls for sexual orientation to be ground for non-discrimination
Constitutional court rules women can't be chiefs
Fighting for transparency and freedom of expression in SA and Zambia
SALC involved in case before SA Con Court
In December 2012, Journalist in Danger, a Congolese NGO that defends media freedom, issued its latest annual report. As well...
And so it came to pass. After weeks of hate speech and ‘gay-bashing’ by homophobic politicians and religious leaders, two men have been arrested in Zambia for the ‘sin’ of...
Three years ago, political pundits were confidently penning the ruling Botswana Democratic Party’s obituary. Having ruled Botswana since 1965, the BDP was undergoing a major...
One thing is for sure. It is still not easy to be gay in Africa. Even against the background of growing acceptance and acknowledgement of human rights across the continent,...
Money laundering and tax fraud have become particularly unpalatable, and sometimes embarrassing, to European governments struggling to reduce their deficits.
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