This article looks at possible areas of collaboration between the Pan-
African Parliament and other human rights bodies within the African
human rights system, national human rights institutions and civil society.
This is done with reference to the manner in which the Pan-African
Parliament has and is likely to co-ordinate its human rights activities.
This article is based on the author’s doctoral research,
undertaken under the supervision of Prof Frans Viljoen, Centre for Human Rights,
University of Pretoria, whose comments on work forming the basis of this article
are highly appreciated.
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