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Service delivery protests, struggle for rights and the failure of local democracy in South Africa and Uganda: parallels and divergences
(Centre for Applied Legal Studies, Wits University, 2013)
Although the two countries are thousands of miles apart, Uganda and South Africa have both experienced service delivery protests in recent years. The protests have been directed mainly at local governments, although in ...
Water delivery: public or private?
(Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape, 2006)
The landscape within which human rights are protected and realised has changed dramatically in the last few decades. One of the main driving forces for this change is economic globalisation and the weakening of ...
Regional Symposium on Harmonisation of Laws on Children in Eastern and Southern Africa, 9-10 May 2007
(African Human Rights Law Journal, 2007)
From 9 to 10 May 2007, the African Child Policy Forum (AFCPF), supported by UNICEF, Eastern and Southern Africa Office (UNICEF-ESARO), organised a Regional Symposium on Harmonisation of Laws on Children in Eastern and ...