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Our History

The Paralegal Advisory Service (PASI) started in Malawi in May 2000 as an initiative of Penal Reform International (PRI), which sought to create a private-public partnership linking local NGOs with the Ministry of Justice and Malawi's Prison Service.

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Why We exist

PASI Malawi aims at reaching as many people as possible, with a ratio of 1:100 (paralegal: prisoner) per day being common. Accordingly, emphasis is placed on linking up with other interest groups to work with and to whom to refer cases.

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What we do

We are currently a nation-wide initiative, deploying trained paralegals to provide legal education, advice and assistance throughout the criminal justice processes, from arrest to appeal, which complement athe work of the lawyers.

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Our Impact Today

By 2004, the number of paralegals in Malawi had risen to 38 and by 2005, the paralegals were operating in 21/26 prisons, 18 police stations, 11 courts and were already exploring outreach into rural communities by linking up with FBOs.

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PASI Malawi in the News!

NGO advocates for Camp Court: ‘Delivering justice in prisons.
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Vendor challenging constitutionality of vagabond law.
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Ex-Malawi MP Kara will not hang for murder, resentenced and likely out in 2022:
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Malawi: Seeking Justice for Helpless Inmates.
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