Press Releases

Press Releases

Date publishedsort icon Organisation
21/02/2011 Electoral Institute for the Sustainability of Democracy in Africa EISA Technical Team to the 2011 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections in Uganda
21/02/2011 CIVICUS Landmark Online Platform Launched to Combat Clampdown on Civil Society
18/02/2011 Free Market Foundation Labour Legislation and Policy Should Be Reviewed
18/02/2011 Southern Africa Trust, TrustAfrica, the Institute for Global Dialogue, The Continental Advisory Research Team African Researchers Disclose Results on Governance in Africa
17/02/2011 Humana People to People in South Africa Connecting People to the Clinics
17/02/2011 Inyathelo Inyathelo Joins Foundation Centre’s International Network
15/02/2011 Section27 Judgement to be Handed Down by Labour Court in Important HIV-Related Unfair Discrimination Matter
15/02/2011 Treatment Action Campaign, Equal Education, Children's Rights Centre, Yezingane Network TAC, YN, EE, Section27 Welcomes HCT for Teens but Cautions on Approach
11/02/2011 Amnesty International Zimbabwe: Urgent Need for Security Sector Reform to Stem Human Rights Abuses
11/02/2011 Human Rights Watch

'>Egypt: Historic Change Brings Hope for Human Rights
11/02/2011 Human Rights Watch Bernard Ntaganda, Other Activists, Journalists Punished for Political Views
11/02/2011 UNCAC Coalition Call for Action on Wealth Illicitly Transferred from Egypt
11/02/2011 Unemployed People's Movement - Grahamstown The Rebellion of the Poor Comes to Grahamstown
11/02/2011 World Health Organisation Action Needed to Reduce Health Impact of Harmful Alcohol Use
10/02/2011 Black Sash Black Sash Media Statement - State of the Nation Address
09/02/2011 CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation

'>Civil Society Must Unite in Solidarity With Brave Egyptian Brothers and Sisters
08/02/2011 Black Sash Black Sash Wants State of the Nation to Deal with Poverty, Inequality and Decent Jobs
08/02/2011 National Lotteries Board Social Welfare Organisations Invited to Apply for Lotto Funding
07/02/2011 Democratic Left Front (Western Cape) Eviction and Arrests in Mandela Park, Khayelitsha
07/02/2011 Namibia's National Human Rights Organisation

'>Right to Kill’ Must Go Now
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