Acta Juridica 2005

Advancing Women's Rights


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  • Format: Hard Cover
  • ISBN: 9780702173141
  • Language(s): English
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  • Category: Journals

R364.00



Acta Juridica is an annual thematic journal which, for over 50 years, has been published with the Faculty of Law of the University of Cape Town. The focus of Acta Juridica 2005 is women’s rights. It reflects on the law relating to women after a decade of constitutional democracy.Most back issues from 1967 are available on request. Issues are also available in soft cover.

  • Worker’s rights in South Africa’s first decade of democracy
  • A five year retrospective on the Domestic Violence Act
  • Expanding equality
  • Removing the prescription blindfold in cases of childhood sexual abuse
  • South Africa’s national gender machinery
  • The Communal Land Rights Act and women
  • The denial of the means of subsistence as an equality violation
  • The reform of the customary law of marriage and succession
  • The Women’s Legal Centre during its first five years
  • Unmarried relationships and the rule against marital status discriminationViolence against women in South Africa after ten years of democracy


2006 edition in preparation.

  • Academics
  • Legal practitioners
  • All libraries
  • All those concerned with equality and gender issues in South Africa

Key Benefit

  • In-depth, up-to-date reflections of this area of law and topics selected

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Acta Juridica is an annual thematic journal which, for over 50 years, has been published with the Faculty of Law of the University of Cape Town. The focus of Acta Juridica 2005 is women’s rights. It reflects on the law relating to women after a decade of constitutional democracy.Most back issues from 1967 are available on request. Issues are also available in soft cover.

  • Worker’s rights in South Africa’s first decade of democracy
  • A five year retrospective on the Domestic Violence Act
  • Expanding equality
  • Removing the prescription blindfold in cases of childhood sexual abuse
  • South Africa’s national gender machinery
  • The Communal Land Rights Act and women
  • The denial of the means of subsistence as an equality violation
  • The reform of the customary law of marriage and succession
  • The Women’s Legal Centre during its first five years
  • Unmarried relationships and the rule against marital status discriminationViolence against women in South Africa after ten years of democracy


2006 edition in preparation.

  • Academics
  • Legal practitioners
  • All libraries
  • All those concerned with equality and gender issues in South Africa

Key Benefit

  • In-depth, up-to-date reflections of this area of law and topics selected

This product does not have any reviews yet - be the first to write one.