GALZ wins Felipa Award, second time in 10 years

GALZ was awarded the prestigious Felipa de Souza award 2015 by Outright Action International. The Felipa Award honours the work of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) activists from around the world. GALZ was a recipient of the award in 2005.

PILS 2014 Annual Report

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Court Gives Direction on Forced & Coerced Sterilization Cases

Five women living with HIV, together with KELIN and the African Gender & Media Initiative Trust (GEM) attended the mention for the two land mark cases on the forced and coerced sterilization of Women Living with HIV (WLHIV).

PRESS RELEASE: Disappointing 2015 health budget allocation

Press Release- Nadia Swanepoel, Transgender women receives justice

We are elated that Nadia’s name and gender identity have been changed in the population register.

PILS 2013 Annual Report

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Reflecting on the 20 May 2014, Tripartite election results

The Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) is greatly disturbed at the ruling by High Court Judge Kenyatta Nyirenda to give Malawi Electoral Commission a go ahead to announce the irregularities and discrepancies ridden May 20 elections results and the subsequent announcement of the results by the MEC. As CHRR, we wonder if such a ruling was made to simply satisfy the law or to advance the credibility of the results. Otherwise, given the opportunity to opt between satisfying the electoral law by simply announcing the results and delivering credible results in a democratic dispensation like Malawi’s, we would not hesitate to opt for the latter.

CHRR, CEDEP RENEWED CALL FOR PHYSICAL VOTER AUDIT OF 2014 TRIPARTITE ELECTIONS

We at Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) and Centre for Development of People (CEDEP) observe with sadness the events that characterized yesterday following Malawi Electoral Commission’s decision to effect a physical voting audit of not only the Presidential election but also Parliamentarian and Local government.

Three New Partners

Arasa Welcomes Three New Partners Trans Bantu Zambia Passion for Women and Children The Zambia Association for the Prevention Of HIV and TB

Welcoming new partners

ARASA Welcomes new partners to the family.