Thursday, October 8, 2020

New Issue: African Human Rights Law Journal

The latest issue of the African Human Rights Law Journal (Vol. 20, no. 1, 2020). Contents include:
  • Sègnonna Horace Adjolohoun, A crisis of design and judicial practice? Curbing state disengagement from the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights
  • Gus Waschefort, The subject-matter jurisdiction and interpretive competence of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights in relation to international humanitarian law
  • Juan Bautista Cartes Rodríguez & Laura Íñigo Álvarez, The case law of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights in Libya following the Arab uprisings : lessons learned for the consolidation and legitimation of the Court
  • Swikani Ncube, Human rights enforcement in Africa : enhancing the Pan-African Parliament’s capacity to promote and protect human rights
  • Willem Gravett, Digital neo-colonialism : the Chinese model of internet sovereignty in Africa
  • Ben Kiromba Twinomugisha, Using the right to health framework to tackle non-communicable diseases in the era of neo-liberalism in Uganda
  • Justice Mavedzenge, The Zimbabwean Constitutional Court as a key site of struggle for human rights protection : a critical assessment of its human rights jurisprudence during its first six years
  • Gift Dorothy Makanje, The protection of vulnerable witnesses during criminal trials in Malawi : addressing resource challenges
  • Michelle Rufaro Maziwisa & Patricia Lenaghan, Rethinking the right to water in rural Limpopo
  • Fatima Khan, Does the right to dignity extend equally to refugees in South Africa?
  • Lorette Arendse, Slowly but surely : the substantive approach to the right to basic education of the South African courts post-Juma Musjid
  • Yohannes Eneyew Ayalew, Assessing the limitations to freedom of expression on the internet in Ethiopia against the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights