May 27, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic does not have to be a crisis for human rights. In the context of widespread adoption of emergency laws and other extraordinary measures to respond to the pandemic, many governments have demonstrated that it is possible to safeguard rights while effectively countering the virus. This briefer shares positive practices that governments should follow in responding to COVID-19, along with selected examples of these practices.
December 1, 2013
THE CONSTITUTION OF THE COUNCIL FOR NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN MALAWI CONSTITUTION OF THE COUNCIL FOR NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN MALAWI ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS Section CHAPTER 1 […]