The legal system of Malawi is based on English law, modified since 1969. The Judiciary of Malawi is the branch of the Government of Malawi which interprets and applies the laws of Malawi to ensure equal justice under law and to provide a mechanism for dispute resolution. The Constitution defines the judiciary as a hierarchical system of courts, with the highest court being a Supreme Court of Appeal, together with a High Court and a number of magistrates’ courts.
CWAG AAP | PARTNERS
|Wildlife Investigators Training Alliance LLC & Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW)
||Cwag Aap And Wita Donates Law Enforcement Equipment To The Department Of National Parks And Wildlife||May 2019|
|Malawi Law Society
||MOU signing with the Malawi Law Society||April 2019|
|Financial Intelligence Authority
||A two-day workshop on Anti-Money Laundering.||March 2019|
|Wildlife Investigators Training Alliance LLC, Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) & Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW)
||Anti-wildlife trafficking training workshop.||January 2019|
|Ministry of Home Affairs and Internal Security
Malawi network Against Trafficking in Persons (MNAT)
|Training of Trainers workshop for law enforcement agencies on trafficking in Persons.||December 2018|
Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) & Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW)
|Workshop on Anti-Wildlife Trafficking – Anti-Corruption Bureau & the Department of National Parks and Wildlife.||May 2018|
Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs. (MoJCA)
|Signing of CWAG MOJCA Memorandum of Understandingand established a relationship based on the mutual exchange of experiences and support.||15th December 2017|
Ministry of Home Affairs and Internal Security
|Signing of CWAG – Ministry of Home Affairs and Internal Security, Memorandum of Understanding and established a relationship based on the mutual exchange of experiences and support.
National Symposium on Trafficking in Persons hosted by Ministry of Home Affairs and Internal Security and Malawi Network Against Trafficking in Persons.
|15th December 2017|