African Human Rights Law Journal (2000-2012) (Online)

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  • Online
  • 19962096


Viljoen, F (Editor) ; Heyns, C (Editor) ; Nienaber, A (Assistant Editor)

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R 1338.00

About this Publication:

As democratic practices and the protection of human rights become rooted in Africa, and more institutions dealing with human rights are being established on the continent, the African Human Rights Law Journal records developments in this area. Published for the Centre of Human Rights at the Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, the Journal deals with topics relating to human rights that are of importance to Africa, Africans and scholars of Africa. In the process, the Journal hopes to contribute towards jurisprudence rooted in African soil. Past articles have dealt with corruption, the rights of the child and the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD).

Issues from 2000 - 2012 are available online from Juta Law. This title is also available as part of Juta's Electronic Law Journals 2000 to date.

Contents Include:

  • Jurisdiction of the African Court on Human and people’s rights
  • Courts and constitutional rights in emerging democracies
  • A possible protocol on the abolition of the death penalty, and women’s rights and circumcision.

Of Interest and Benefit to:

  • All those concerned with human rights and justice in South Africa
  • Legal practitioners
  • Researchers
  • Libraries
  • Academics
  • Students

Key Benefits:

  • Experienced expert editors ensure a consistently high quality of content
  • Fully searchable
  • Consolidated index plus special searches by title, author or citation

Notes about Pricing:

Pricing increases annually in January

"African Human Rights Law Journal (2000-2012) (Online)"