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Title:Human rights litigation and the domestication of human rights standards in Sub Saharan Africa
Author:Kenyan Section of the International Commission of Jurists
Year:2007
Issue:2
Pages:306
Language:English
Series:AHRAJ casebook series
City of publisher:Nairobi
Publisher:The Kenyan Section of the International Commission of Jurists ect.
ISBN:9966958657
Geographic term:Subsaharan Africa
Subjects:lawsuits
human rights
jurisprudence
women's rights
eviction
children's rights
rights of the accused
freedom of speech
homosexuality
gender discrimination
External links:https://www.asclibrary.nl/docs/315117923.pdf
https://www.asclibrary.nl/docs/315117923-001.pdf
Abstract:This collective volume deals with a number of significant court decisions and legislative developments during the past phase of the African Human Rights and Access to Justice (AHRAJ) programme (2006-2008). The AHRAJ programmatic goal is to seek the 'domestication' of international human rights standards by enabling the capacity of municipal legal systems in sub-Saharan Africa to remedy violations of human rights through judicial remedies. Contributions: Introduction: Human rights: from recognition to implementation, by Magnus Killander; Discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation: an international comparative analysis, by James Gondi; The right to health: women's reproductive and sexual health rights, by Monica Mbaru; Freedom of expression: the normative content and the Southern African practice, by Innocent Maja; Domestic application of international human rights norms in forced eviction cases in Africa, by Buhle A. Dube; Taking children's rights litigation beyond national boundaries: the potential role of the ECOWAS Community Court of Justice, by Solomon T. Ebobrah; Effective enforcement of fair trial judgements through re-opening of cases on the basis of contrary judgements of international courts, by Tarisai Mutangi. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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