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Cellphone technology, human rights and the criminal justice system
(The Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, 2010)
Millions use cellphones every day. It is unthinkable for anyone to not have one in his/her possession. We can be reached almost everywhere and at almost every destination. It is small, compact and extremely user friendly. ...
The Ugandan Customary Marriage (Registration) Act: a comment
(University of Florida, 2013)
Different marriages in Uganda are govemed by different pieces of legislation. For example, church or civil marriages are govemed by the Marriage Act (1904),' which is in the process of being amended.^ Muslim marriages ...
An evaluation of Kenya’s parallel legal regime on refugees, and the courts’ guarantee of their rights
(University of the Western Cape, 2017)
This article evaluates the existence of a parallel refugee regime in Kenya. The Executive decides on policies and oversees the enactment of laws to regulate the inflow of refugees under the encampment policy. The Judiciary ...
Legal pluralism and the right to family life and the transfer of offenders who are nationals of African countries, within Africa to Africa
(Routledge Taylor Francis Group, 2013)
Globalisation has been accompanied by, inter alia, the movement of people from their countries of nationality or citizenship to other countries in search of better opportunities. Some of these people have been convicted ...
Victim participation in the criminal justice system in the European Union through private prosecutions: Issues emerging from the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2016)
Private prosecutions are one of the ways through which crime victims in many European countries participate in the criminal justice system. However, there seems to be a reluctance at the Council of Europe level to strengthen ...
The African Commission on Human and People's Rights and the woman question
This paper proposes that in developing jurisprudence on women's rights, the African Commission will need to ask the woman question particularly the African woman question. The woman question requires a judicial or ...