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  • Influx of RefugeesRefugees numbers are increasing due to Civil Wars due to wars.
  • International World Refugees DayRefugees are living in apailing houses
  • Training Workshop for Headteachers at MIEGroup Photograph of Headteachers and Facilitators at a Training Workshop on Human Rights and Democracy at MIE
  • Training Workshop on Child Care Core CompetenciesTraining Workshop on Child Care Core Competencies for District Social Welfare Officers held at Kalikuti Hotel.
Influx of Refugees1 International World Refugees Day2 Training Workshop for Headteachers at MIE3 Training Workshop on Child Care Core Competencies4
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INTERNATIONAL WORLD REFUGEES DAY SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT

20 June every year is the International World Refugees Day. Countries in collaboration with concerned organisations all over the world are commemorating the day in various ways. Increase in the number of refugees seem to be a global concern as host countries are always under pressure in a number of ways to ensure care of such refugees. This is a special supplement on the matter. Read more....20/06/2014

MALAWI INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION AND MHRC CONDUCTS HEADTEACHERS' TRAINING WORKSHOP ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY


The Malawi Institute of Education (MIE) in collaboration with the Malawi Human Rights Commission on 16th June, 2014 commenced a training for Primary School Head-teachers on Human Rights and Democracy. The training which which is the 13th Cohort has attracted almost 100 participants drawn from Central East and South East Education Divisions. Read more....18/06/2014

CHILD JUSTICE CORE COMPETENCIES SENSITISATION WORKSHOP HELD


The Malawi Human Rights Commission through its Child Rights Directorate conducted a Child Justice Core Competencies Training Workshop for District Social Welfare Officers. The training workshop which was held at Kalikuti Hotel on 9th and 10th June, 2014 was made possible with funding from the European Union Democratic Governance Programme (DGP). Read more....17/06/2014

PRISON VISIT REVEALS HIV AND AIDS PATIENTS AT MZUZU PRISON NOT RECEIVING SPECIAL MEALS


HIV positive inmates who require special diets at Mzuzu prison are not being offered special meals due to inadequate funding that the prison receives. This was discovered during Mzuzu prison visit exercise which took place in April 2014 organized by Centre for Human Rights Education, Advice and Assistance (C.H.R.E.A.A) under its Achieving Responsiveness and Accountability of the Prison Service Delivery in Malawi project. Malawi Human Rights Commission was part of the visiting team.. Read more....


 

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