Wednesday, July 24, 2019

New Issue: African Human Rights Law Journal

The latest issue of the African Human Rights Law Journal (Vol. 19, no. 1, 2019). Contents include:
  • Rachel Murray, Confidentiality and the implementation of the decisions of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights
  • Jamil D. Mujuzi, Private prosecution as a local remedy before the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights
  • Ronald Naluwairo, Improving the administration of justice by military courts in Africa : an appraisal of the jurisprudence of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights
  • Benyam Dawit Mezmur, No second chance for first impressions : the first amicable settlement under the African Children’s Charter
  • Archangel Byaruhanga Rukooko & Jon Silverman, The International Criminal Court and Africa : a fractious relationship assessed
  • Shirambere Philippe Tunamsifu, Twelve years of judicial cooperation between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the International Criminal Court : have expectations been met?
  • Yolandi Meyer, The effectiveness of market-based initiatives for regulating development projects by multinational corporations in Africa with regard to human rights and environmental abuses
  • Kwadwo Appiagyei-Atua, Students’ academic freedom in African universities and democratic enhancement
  • Ronald Kakungulu-Mayambala & Solomon Rukundo, Digital activism and free expression in Uganda
  • Itumeleng Shale, Historical perspective on the place of international human rights treaties in the legal system of Lesotho : moving beyond the monist-dualist dichotomy
  • Samrawit Getaneh Damtew, Land-grabbing and the right to adequate food in Ethiopia
  • Ines Kajiru & John C. Mubangizi, Human rights violations of persons with albinism in Tanzania : the case of children in temporary holding shelters
  • Isidore Kwadwo Tufuor, Greasing the wheels of legal aid in criminal proceedings in Ghana : an evaluation of the legal and regulatory framework
  • Shanelle van der Berg, A capabilities approach to remedies for systemic resource-related socio-economic rights violations in South Africa
  • Louis Botha & Anton Kok, An empirical study of the early cases in the pilot equality courts established in terms of the Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act 4 of 2000
  • Mtendeweka Mhango, The right to equality and access to courts for government employees in South Africa : time to amend the Government Employees Pension Law
  • Carol C. Ngang, Editorial: special focus on the functional dimensions of the right to development
  • Carol C. Ngang, Systems problem and a pragmatic insight into the right to development governance for Africa
  • Simeon A. Igbinedion, Finding value for the right to development in international law
  • Serges Djoyou Kamga, A call for a ‘right to development’- informed pan-Africanism in the twenty-first century
  • Annelie de Man, The Sustainable Development Goals and the rights-based approach to development : compatible or missing the point?
  • Clydenia Stevens, Reviving the right to development within the multilateral trade framework affecting (African) countries to actualise Agenda 2063
  • Isaac Shai, The right to development, transformative constitutionalism and radical transformation in South Africa : post-colonial and de-colonial reflections
  • Ciara O’Connell, Reconceptualising the first African Women’s Protocol case to work for all women
  • Jesse Prinsloo, The constitutionality of the Fee Exemption Regulations in South African schools : a critical analysis of Michelle Saffer v Head of Department, Western Cape Education Department