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Human rights implications of mandatory premarital HIV testing in Nigeria
(International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 2010-04)
This article considers the implications of public health policy on the enjoyment of individuals’ fundamental rights. It specifically examines the appropriateness of mandatory premarital human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) ...
‘Woman, but not Human’: Widowhood Practices and Human Rights Violations in Nigeria
(International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 2013-05)
This article examines the implications of widowhood practices for the enjoyment of women’s fundamental rights and freedoms in Nigeria. The article discusses the effects of socio-cultural and legal structures of Nigeria for ...
Eviction process in Nigeria: the need for meaningful engagement
(Commonwealth Law Bulletin, 2018)
The important process of meaningful engagement with persons affected by eviction has been greatly under-utilised in Nigeria and this leaves the victims in a dire situation as their yearnings are hardly met. Having regard ...