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The Pretoria University Law Press (PULP) is based at the Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, South Africa. PULP endeavours to publish and make available innovative, high-quality scholarly texts on law in Africa. PULP also publishes a series of collections of legal documents related to public law in Africa, as well as text books from African countries other than South Africa.

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The climate change regulatory framework and indigenous peoples’ lands in Africa: Human rights implications The climate change regulatory framework and indigenous peoples’ lands in Africa: Human rights implications

Employing a human rights approach, this book analyses the adequacy of climate change regulatory frameworks at international, regional and national levels to protect indigenous peoples’ lands in Africa. It demonstrates that without appropriate legal protection, climate change and the implementation of its response measures can adversely affect a range of their human rights. The book explores how the African human rights system may effectively address the protection of indigenous peoples' lands in the context of adverse effects of climate change in Africa.

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Un guide du système africain des droits de l’homme Célébrant 30 ans depuis l’entrée en vigueur de la Charte Africaine des Droits de l’Homme et des Peuples 1986-2016 Un guide du système africain des droits de l’homme Célébrant 30 ans depuis l’entrée en vigueur de la Charte Africaine des Droits de l’Homme et des Peuples 1986-2016

Ce guide a été lancé le 21 octobre 2016, dans le cadre de l’Année des droits de l’homme de l’Union africaine, avec un accent particulier sur les droits des femmes. Il donne un aperçu des développements liés à la Charte africaine des droits de l’homme et des peuples, son organe de surveillance, la Commission africaine des droits de l’homme et des peuples, la Cour africaine des droits de l’homme et des peuples, ainsi que la Charte africaine des droits et du bien-être de l’enfant, et son organe de surveillance, le Comité africain d’experts sur les droits et le bien-être de l’enfant. Le guide vise à la fois les développements historiques les plus saillants, et offre une introduction accessible au système africain des droits de l’homme.

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A guide to the African human rights system Celebrating 30 years since the entry into force of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights 1986 - 2016 A guide to the African human rights system Celebrating 30 years since the entry into force of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights 1986 - 2016

This guide is launched on 21 October 2016, as part of the African Union’s Year of Human Rights, with a focus on the rights of women. It provides an overview of the developments related to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights, its supervisory body, the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights, as well as the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child and its supervisory body, the African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child. The guide aims to both chart the most salient historical developments, and provide an accessible introduction to the African human rights system.

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Édition de poche commemorative du 30ème anniversaire de l’entrée en vigeur de la Charte africaine de droits de l’homme et des peuples 21 octobre 1986 - 2016 Édition de poche commemorative du 30ème anniversaire de l’entrée en vigeur de la Charte africaine de droits de l’homme et des peuples 21 octobre 1986 - 2016

L’Union africaine a choisi 2016 pour être l’année africaine des droits de l’homme, en commemoration du trentième anniversaire de l’entrée en vigueur - le 21 Octobre 1986 - du document fondateur du système africain des droits de l’homme: la Charte africaine des droits de homme et des peuples.

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Pocket-size commemorative edition on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the entry into force of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights 21 October 1986 - 2016 Pocket-size commemorative edition on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the entry into force of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights 21 October 1986 - 2016

Marking 30 years since the entry into force of the founding document of the African human rights system – the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights – on 21 October 1986, the African Union designated 2016 as its “Year of Human Rights”.

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Compendium of key human rights documents of the African Union - Sixth edition Compendium of key human rights documents of the African Union - Sixth edition

This is the sixth edition of the Compendium of key human rights documents of the African Union updated to August 2016. This compendium contains documents on human rights adopted under the auspices of the African Union (AU) and its predecessor, the Organization of African Unity (OAU), including documents adopted by the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights and the African Committee on the Rights and Welfare of the Child.

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The harmonisation of rules on the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in the Southern African Customs Union The impact of the African Charter and the Maputo Protocol in selected African states

The year 2016 was declared by the African Union as the African ‘Year of Human Rights with Particular Focus on the Rights of Women’ to commemorate and celebrate significant milestones in the realisation of human rights on the African continent. The year marks the 35th anniversary of the adoption of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (African Charter), 30th year since coming into force of the African Charter and 10 years since the inauguration of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights.

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Guidelines for legal representatives of children in civil matters The harmonisation of rules on the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in the Southern African Customs Union

While the harmonisation of the rules on the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments has been given priority in other regional economic communities, in particular the European Union, any similar effort to harmonise the rules on recognition and enforcement of member states has been conspicuously absent in the SACU, and in fact the most of the African continent – a situation which needs to receive immediate attention.

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Guidelines for legal representatives of children in civil matters Guidelines for legal representatives of children in civil matters

It goes without saying that the role of the child representative is imperative. Children must be listened to and their voices be heard. They must be included in the decision-making about their futures and allowed to actively participate in matters that affect their wellbeing for, in Dr Seuss’ words, ‘a person’s a person, no matter how small.’

These guidelines, compiled by Ann Skelton and Carina du Toit were developed through a partnership between Legal Aid South Africa
and the Centre for Child Law.

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ENDING VIOLENCE and other human rights violations based on sexual orientation and gender identity Ending violence and other human rights violations based on sexual orientation and gender identity: A joint dialogue of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and United Nations

Over the years, the African, Inter-American and United Nations human rights systems have forged important partnerships on a wide-range of human rights issues and approaches. Grounded in the universality of human rights, the three systems have collaborated through actions ranging from joint statements to joint meetings and country visits, the exchange of information on country situations, individual cases and thematic issues, as well as relying on each other’s case law, decisions and procedural developments.

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ENDING VIOLENCE and other human rights violations based on sexual orientation and gender identity Mettre fin à la violence et autres violations des droits de l'homme fondées sur l'orientation sexuelle et l’identité de genre: Un dialogue conjoint entre la Commission Africaine des Droits de l'homme et des peuples, la Commission Interaméricaine des Droits de l'Homme et les Nations Unies

Au fil des ans, les systèmes des droits de l’homme Africain, interaméricain et onusiens ont établi des partenariats importants sur un large éventail de questions et d'approches relatif droits de l’homme. Ancré dans l'universalité des droits de l'homme, les trois systèmes ont collaboré à travers des actions allant de déclarations conjointes aux réunions et visites de pays conjointes, l'échange d'informations sur des situations nationales, des cas individuels et des questions thématiques, ainsi que l’usage de la jurisprudence, des décisions et des développements dans les procédures des autres mécanismes.

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Pretoria Student Law Review Volume 9 2015 Pretoria Student Law Review Volume 9 2015

Words fail to describe what an honour it has been to have been part of the ninth edition of the Pretoria Student Law Review. The sense of satisfaction is overwhelming in this being the third edition I have had the privilege to be a part of. Having spent three years as part of this publication I cannot begin to describe and expand upon all that I have learnt in this time, but one thing which I guarantee is the bright and prosperous future of the legal profession of South Africa.

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Beating the human rights drum: Applying human rights standards to NGOs’ governance Beating the human rights drum: Applying human rights standards to NGOs’ governance

The main contention of this book is that non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have the obligation to empower themselves internally before they can champion the empowerment of others. This entails being knowledgeable in the area of work; forging linkages with broader civil society and academia; building on the positive cultural values that resonate with human rights to stimulate mass support; and balancing the different accountabilities to the law, boards, membership, self-regulatory mechanisms, public and donors.

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African Disability Rights Yearbook 2015 African Disability Rights Yearbook
Volume 3 2015

The African Disability Rights Yearbook aims to advance disability scholarship. Coming in the wake of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, it is the first peer-reviewed journal to focus exclusively on disability as human rights on the African continent. It provides an annual forum for scholarly analysis on issues pertaining to the human rights of persons with disabilities. It is also a source for country-based reports as well as commentaries on recent developments in the field of disability rights in the African region.

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Pretoria Student Law Review Volume 8 2014 Changing the landscape Core Curriculum on Disability Rights for Undergraduate Law Students in Africa

This Core Curriculum on Disability Rights for Undergraduate Law Students in Africa has been developed as part of a broader initiative to foster and strengthen knowledge and awareness about and interest in the rights of persons with disabilities among lawyers in Africa. This initiative, the ‘Disability Rights and Law Schools in Africa Project’ was supported by the Open Society Foundations, initially the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) and later complemented by the Higher Education Support Programme (HESP) and the Human Rights Initiative (HRI). For the avoidance of doubt, the curriculum is written with the aim of being delivered to learners undertaking legal studies.

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Pretoria Student Law Review Volume 8 2014 Pretoria Student Law Review Volume 8 2014

A sense of satisfaction is felt in presenting the eighth edition of the Pretoria Student Law Review. With each successive edition, the Review comes ever closer to being infused into the heritage and culture of the Faculty of Law at the University of Pretoria. Thereby, cementing into legacy a dialogical space for the expression of young people — some being future lawyers, advocates and academics — a space that challenges the status quo. As a consequence, the Review, as a true creature of education, may bring about positive change in the world.

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Fundamentals of health law in Uganda Fundamentals of health law in Uganda

Fundamentals of Health Law in Uganda is the first book in the country that examines the multidisciplinary field of health law within the broader health related legal and policy frameworks. It employs rights-based approaches to address some of the major health challenges in Uganda.

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Human rights and democratic governance in Kenya: A post-2007 appraisal Human rights and democratic governance in Kenya: A post-2007 appraisal

After surviving the trauma of electoral violence, the country soon embarked on a journey towards reconstruction by engaging in, among other things, intense re-evaluation of the then existing system of laws and institutions. In the process, the daunting task has been to reverse the flawed systems that have been in existence for many decades and in their place entrench systems that would promote and respect democratic governance and human rights.

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The implementation of international law in Germany and South Africa The implementation of international law in Germany and South Africa

South Africa, the power house of the African continent, as well as Germany, Europe’s largest economic power, are faced with an intricate maze of international obligations, whether related to the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the African Union or the European Union (EU), international human rights law, international humanitarian law, or any other sub-regime of international law.

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University of Botswana Law Journal Volume 17 2013 University of Botswana Law Journal
Volume 17 2013

The University of Botswana Law Journal is a peer refereed journal published twice a year. It provides a forum for scholars and practitioners to reflect on diverse legal issues of national, regional and international significance and of local and regional relevance.

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A guide to the Personal Property Security Act: The case of Malawi A guide to the Personal Property Security Act: The case of Malawi

This book examines the Malawian Personal Property Security Act (PPSA) of 2013 that is based on the United Nations Commission of International Trade Law’s Legislative Guide on Secured Transactions. The PPSA is the first of its kind in Africa but there are several countries, including Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, South Sudan and Zambia that are in the process of undertaking similar reforms.

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Law, land reform and responsibilisation: A perspective from Malawi’s land question Law, land reform and responsibilisation: A perspective from Malawi’s land questions

The book is a critical, genealogical analysis of land questions in the South through an original analysis of the Malawi experience. Through the author’s experience in land reform and subsequent advanced research in the area, the book notes that land reform discourse is dominated by an ethos based on market as value which, in turn, has cemented the ubiquity of a universal, automatic transition from land reform to land law reform in tackling a land question in a country.

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Making room: Facilitating the testimony of child witnesses and victims Making room: Facilitating the testimony of child witnesses and victims

Court rooms are frightening places for anyone testifying. Even adults are fearful about giving evidence in front of magistrates and judges, and about being questioned by prosecutors and defence lawyers. Imagine how much more scary that must be for a child. Even worse, in sexual offences children have to talk about embarrassing things, for which they do not even have an adequate or accurate vocabulary. South African law has excellent provisions which allow children to testify via intermediaries and in separate rooms, so that they need not encounter the offender.

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The Erosion of the Rule of Law in Eritrea: Silencing Freedom of Expressionl The Erosion of the Rule of Law in Eritrea: Silencing Freedom of Expression

This report contains an in depth analysis of the muted right to freedom of expression in Eritrea. The number and forms of human rights violations related to the curtailing of free speech have been and continue to be well documented across the globe. This discourse identifies the right to free reception of information and expression as the bedrock to realising and maintaining the rule of law. Investigated herein is the historical background to the political evolution of the small African state and the social impact of the prevailing human rights violations.

This report contains a compilation of human rights violations as determined by international treaty bodies, interviews with Eritrean witnesses and diaspora in exile and civil society reports on the human rights situation. It is argued in the report that the absence of the rule of law in Eritrea is directly attributed to the collapse of free expression as political forces see this right as a threat to their power base – a form of suppression that has nullified all human rights and freedoms and might well damage its people beyond repair.

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Convergence and Conflicts of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law in Military Operations Convergence and Conflicts of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law in Military Operations

This publication resulted from a series of conferences and training sessions involving academics, government officials, military personnel and members of civil society. The series of events took place between August 2011 and June 2013 in the context of a collaborative partnership between the Institute for International and Comparative Law in Africa (ICLA) in the Faculty of Law of the University of Pretoria and the International Law Center of the Swedish National Defence College (SNDC) in Stockholm, with the financial support of the Swedish National Development Agency (SIDA).

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Strengthening the protection of sexual and reproductive health and rights in the African region through human rights Strengthening the protection of sexual and reproductive health and rights in the African region through human rights

Strengthening the protection of sexual and reproductive health and rights in the African region through human rights uses rights-based frameworks to address some of the serious sexual and reproductive health challenges that the African region is currently facing. More importantly, the book provides insightful human rights approaches on how these challenges can be overcome. The book is the first of its kind. It is an important addition to the resources available to researchers, academics, policymakers, civil society organisations, human rights defenders, learners and other persons interested in the subject of sexual and reproductive health and rights as they apply to the African region. Human rights issues addressed by the book include: access to safe abortion and emergency obstetric care; HIV/AIDS; adolescent sexual health and rights; early marriage; and gender-based sexual violence.

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Promoting Citizenship and Preventing Statelessness in South Africa: A Practitioner's Guide Promoting Citizenship and Preventing Statelessness in South Africa: A Practitioner's Guide

‘Everyone has the right to a nationality’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Without the protection afforded by citizenship and nationality individuals face insecurity, discrimination and marginalisation without any means of accessing protection.

Stateless persons are among the most vulnerable and are often denied the enjoyment of rights such as equality before the law, the right to work, education and healthcare. Being stateless means that individuals may not even be able to marry or register the births of their own children.

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Stop violence against people with disabilities: An international resource Stop violence against people with disabilities: An international resource

Stop Violence Against People with Disabilities! An International Resource provides a multinational and multidisciplinary perspective on violence against and abuse of both children and adults with disabilities. It includes promising approaches to risk reduction, intervention and access to justice when violence does occur. A unique focus of this book is on children and adults who have little or no functional speech as a result of a variety of disabilities, including cognitive, physical, socio-emotional and sensory disabilities. Their voices have been silent far too long. As a result of their communication disabilities, these individuals are especially vulnerable to violence. Additionally, they are often denied access to the justice system.

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Pulp Fiction PULP Ficions - Race, Ideology and the University
NO 8 2014

Central to the becoming of a society in the context of post (postapartheid, postcolonial, postmodern) and in the context of transformations of the political, legal, socio-economic and cultural is the creation of a vibrant and active public sphere. Of particular concern is an insistence on democracy and transparency radically different from strategic and instrumental conceptions - a space for dialogue and dissent, and opportunity for creativity, experimentation and re-imaginings.

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African Disability Rights Yearbook 2014 African Disability Rights Yearbook
Volume 2 2014

The 2014 issue of the African Disability Rights Yearbook addresses disability rights within the foundational structure laid down by the inaugural issue. The structure comprises a tripartite division between: articles; country reports; and shorter commentaries on recent regional and sub-regional developments.

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Pretoria Student Law Review Pretoria Student Law Review
Volume 7 2013

A sense of satisfaction is felt in presenting the seventh edition of the Pretoria Student Law Review. With each successive edition, the Review comes ever closer to being infused into the heritage and culture of the Faculty of Law at the University of Pretoria. Thereby, cementing into legacy a dialogical space for the expression of young people — some being future lawyers, advocates and academics — a space that challenges the status quo. As a consequence, the Review, as a true creature of education, may bring about positive change in the world.

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African Human Rights Law Reports 2011 African Human Rights Law Reports 2011
Pretoria University Law Press (PULP)

The African Rights Law Reports 2011 contains decisions from:

  • The African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights
  • The African Court on Human and Peoples's Rights
  • The African Committee on the Rights and Welfare of the Child
  • Sub-regional courts
  • Domestic courts across Africa

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PULP GUIDE: Finding legal information in South Africa PULP GUIDE: Finding legal information in South Africa
2014 (3rd Edition)

Shirley Ann Gilmore

This PULP Guide is aimed at assisting researchers - academics, students, practitioners and others - who are based in South Africa and who have an interest in South African law - to access the sources of the law. It explains in clear terms how...

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Can rights cure? Can Rights Cure?
Marius Pieterse

Can rights cure? At a time when South Africa's ailing and dysfunctional health system is on the verge of radical transformation through the mooted introduction of a National Health Insurance scheme, and when there are increasing political tensions between government and the courts, this book reflects upon the South African experience of judicially enforcing health-related constitutional rights....

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University of Botswana Law Journal

University of Botswana Law Journal
Volume 16 2013

The University of Botswana Law Journal is a peer refereed journal published twice a year. It provides a forum for scholars and practitioners to reflect on diverse legal issues of national, regional and international significance and of local and regional relevance.

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Mud to bricks: A review of school infrastructure spending and delivery Mud to bricks: A review of school infrastructure spending and delivery
Carmen Abdoll and Conrad Barberton

The Centre for Child Law commissioned this study by Cornerstone Economic Research, to track school infrastructure spending and delivery. The report, written by Carmen Abdoll and Conrad Barberton, makes the concerning finding that the national Department of Basic Education has woefully underspent the School Infrastructure Backlog grant for two years running...

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Promoting effective enforcement of the prohibition against corporal punishment in South African schools Promoting effective enforcement of the prohibition against corporal punishment in South African schools
Faranaaz Veriava

The prohibition against corporal punishment is an integral part of the broader transformation of South African education. The prohibition seeks to replace South Africa’s violent and authoritarian past with an ethos respectful of human dignity and bodily integrity.

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Human dignity and fundamental rights in South Africa and Ireland
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Human dignity and fundamental rights in South Africa and Ireland
Anne Hughes

Post-apartheid South Africa has yielded enlightened judicial decisions in contrast to the limited interpretation of human rights in Ireland.   The value of human dignity with its central position in international law underpins both countries’ Constitutions, but has left a more striking mark...

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Property Law in Namibia

Property Law in Namibia
Samuel K Amoo

Property Law in Namibia provides an autochthonous discussion of property law in Namibia. It does not only capture the constitutional, statutory and common law sources of property law in Namibia, but it also covers currently topical subjects such as property rights of women and land ...

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Transformative constitutionalism: Comparing the apex courts of Brazil, India and South Africa

Transformative constitutionalism: Comparing the apex courts of Brazil, India and South Africa

This peer-reviewed book contains a number of contributions about the role of the highest ('apex') courts in Brazil, India and South Africa, in giving effect to the generous group of rights recognised by the aspirational constitutions of these three countries.

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Domestic workers and the realisation of their rights

Exploited, undervalued - and essential: Domestic workers and the realisation of their rights
Darcy du Toit

Millions of domestic workers experience exploitation in the privacy of their employers’ homes; also in South Africa they are to a large extent beyond the reach of legal protection. This book sums up four years of research on ways of realising their rights.

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Recueil de documents clés de l'union Africaine relatifs aux droits de l'homme

Recueil de documents clés de l'union Africaine relatifs aux droits de l'homme

Voici le Recueil de documents clés de l’Union africaine relatifs aux droits de l’homme, mis à jour en mai 2013. Il s’agit d’une version révisée et étoffée de la Sélection de documents-clé de l’Union africaine relatifs aux droits de l’homme publiée en 2008. C’est aussi la cinquième édition du Compendium of key human rights documents of the African Union.

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Pretoria Student Law Review

Pretoria Student Law Review
Volume 6 2013

The sixth edition of the Pretoria Student Law Review truly signifies the journal’s commitment to servicing students. Our journal’s editorial policy was redrafted, introducing a faculty-supported Editorial Board, all in service of constructing a system that would best serve students who have a desire to write, notwithstanding our strong developmental emphasis.

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University	of Botswana Law Journal

University of Botswana Law Journal
Volume 15 2013

The University of Botswana Law Journal is a peer refereed journal published twice a year. It provides a forum for scholars and practitioners to reflect on diverse legal issues of national, regional and international significance and of local and regional relevance.

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Constitutionalism and Democratic Governance in Africa

African Disability Rights Yearbook
Volume 1 2013

The African Disability Rights Yearbook breaks new ground in disability scholarship. Coming in the wake of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, it is the first peer-reviewed journal to focus exclusively on disability ...

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Constitutionalism and Democratic Governance in Africa

Constitutionalism and Democratic Governance in Africa: Contemporary Perspectives from Sub-Saharan Africa

This volume of essays on constitutionalism in Africa is devoted to the memory of Steve Odero Ouma, who spent most of his professional life working on these issues. He was a colleague and friend to many of the contributors to this volume, and no doubt to many of its actual ...

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Justice for Child Victims and Witnesses of Crimes Compendium of key human rights documents of the African Union - 5TH EDITION

This is the fifth edition of the Compendium of key human rights documents of the African Union updated to May 2013. This Compendium contains documents on human rights adopted under the auspices of the African Union (AU) and its predecessor, the Organization of African Unity ...

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Justice for Child Victims and Witnesses of Crimes The University of Botswana Law Review
Volume 14, June 2012


The University of Botswana Law Journal is a peer refereed journal published twice a year. It provides a forum for scholars and practitioners to reflect on diverse legal issues of national, regional and international significance and of local and regional relevance.

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African Human Rights Law Reports 2010
African Commssion on Human and Peoples' Rights & the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria

The African Human Rights Law Reports include cases decided by the United Nations human rights treaty bodies, the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights, subregional courts in Africa and domestic judgments ...

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Justice for Child Victims and Witnesses of Crimes Pretoria Student Law Review (2011) 5
Ulrich Fobian

Legal writing is an essential element to the study of law, a concept the Board of 2011 understood. Nicole, Thandi, Serena, Jared, Clare, Chastin, Kenneth, Natasha and Mark committed to ensuring that this young legal journal produced passionate and professional articles.

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PULP Guide: Where to publish articles on the law (4th edition)
Shirley Gilmore

The purpose of this Guide – now in its fourth edition – is to assist South African legal academics to consider the full range of journals worldwide that are accredited by the Department of Higher Education and Training for subsidy ...

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