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Advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights of adolescents in Africa: The role of the courts
Across the world, adolescents encounter various challenges that may implicate the enjoyment of their sexual and reproductive health and rights. The situation of adolescents in Africa is aggravated by high poverty levels ...
Mainstreaming the ‘Abortion question’ into the right to health in Uganda
(Dullah Omar Institute, 2021)
The right to health is a social and economic right that requires progressive realisation by states (Chenwi 2013). Although Uganda’s Constitution does not provide for the right to health, the country is a signatory to the ...
Exploring the link between poverty and human rights in Africa
(Pretoria University Law Press, 2020)
Poverty remains one of the greatest challenges facing humanity in this century. Despite the fact that the world is blessed with natural and human resources, a significant number of people, particularly in developing countries, ...
Children’s rights and parental authority: African perspectives
Traditionally, children in African societies were raised communally, with extended family members playing a vital role in child rearing and care. Social reality is playing a formative role in relation to family law and ...
Human rights and the transformation of property. By Stuart Wilson
A book devoted to the transformation of law, in this case property law, which is published in South Africa is cause for celebration. Such a work devoted to South African law is rarer than the proverbial dentures of a hen. ...