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The Malawi Penal Code provides for various nuisance-related offences, including common nuisances (s168); gaming and betting offences (s169-177); idle and…
<strong> </strong> On 11 August 2002, Francis Kafantayeni was tried for murder in the High Court sitting in Thyolo before a…
The goals of the project include law reform initiatives aimed at the decriminalisation/declassification of minor nuisance-related offences in Malawi and…
With funding from the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA), the Centre for Human Rights Education Advice and Assistance…
Seeks to disseminate information on how to apply for bail to those that are in police cells or answering cases…
Provision of paralegal services has been CHREAA’s major business since May 2000. CHREAA participates in a DFID-funded program called Paralegal…
CHREAA was accredited by Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) to conduct voter and civic education during the 2009 general elections and…
The Centre for Human Rights Education and Assistance (CHREAA) is among 42 projects that have benefitted from the 2012/2013 Human…
he Centre for Human Rights Education, Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) has access to resources from Tilitonse Basket Fund which will…
Access to Justice Programme was focusing on reinforcing and developing the services that CHREAA through Paralegal Advisory Service provides for…
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MERCY MALIKWA NATION NEWSPAPER The Blantyre Resident Magistrate’s Court yesterday found two Blantyre City Council (BCC) rangers being accused of…
Nyasa Times 2 September 2016 Attorney General’s office has asked the Constitutional Court to throw out an application by Blantyre-based…
On 8 September 2016, the Zomba High Court delivered a judgment in which the Court set aside the conviction of…
The High Court in Zomba has granted bail, pending review, to a young woman who gave birth while serving her…
The Centre for Human Rights Education Advice and Assistance (Chreaa) has submitted a shadow report to the United Nations Committee…
Over 8 600 inmates are in detention unlawfully because the High Court has not confirmed their sentences within legally stipulated…
From November 2011, visits to district prisons by High Court judges has seen about 5 200 prisoners, who committed minor…
Five civil society organisations (CSOs) have asked President Peter Mutharika to intervene in the prison food crisis by releasing those…
Centre for Human Rights Education, Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) has appealed to members of Parliament (MPs) to ensure that the…
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