Nanjira, Annabel(Africa Institute of South Africa, 2020-06)
The African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement (AfCFTA) was signed on 12 March 2018. The Agreement forms part of Africa’s vision 2063. It seeks to integrate African countries’ economies, in order to facilitate economic ...
Smith, Matthew S.; Stein, Michael Ashley(Brill Academic Publishers, 2020-10)
This Article explores the juridical implications of indigenous peoples’ right to legal capacity in the Inter-American system for cases involving the same right of persons with disabilities within that system and beyond. ...
Lasseko-Phooko, Matilda; Mahomed, Safia(Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2021)
South Africa lags behind with regard to an effective
framework supporting substantive equality in the legal profession. The
structure of the legal profession and the number of women represented
in the legal profession ...
Igbayiloye, Oluwatosin Busayo; Bradlow, Daniel David(Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2021)
The priorities of African governments regarding the
extractive industry tend to focus on economic interests leading them
to provide a conducive environment for investments by private entities.
Furthermore, reforms in ...
Universal Health Coverage (UHC) forces governments to consider not only how services will be
provided – but which services – and to whom, when, where, how and at what cost. This paper considers the
implications for ...
Rugoho, Tafadzwa; Wright, Pamela; Stein, Michael Ashley; Broerse, Jacqueline E.W.(Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2020)
Over 120 million youth with disabilities around the world face challenges related to
sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services, such as unwanted pregnancy,
sexually transmitted infections, and forced abortions and ...
Wanki, Justin Ngambu; Mundela, Grace Bilonda; Hansungule, Michelo(Faculty of Law, Nelson Mandela University, 2020)
This article discusses implementation challenges of the principle of complementarity;
challenges in prosecuting sitting African Heads of state and nefarious warlords. The
article highlights the disparity existing in ...
Miamingi, Alina-Ramona(Pretoria University Law Press, 2020)
This article argues that article 30(d) of the African Charter
on the Rights and Welfare of the Child in fact, in some instances,
may impede the actualisation of the best interests of the children of
incarcerated mothers ...
Kangaude, Godfrey Dalitso; Bhana, Deevia; Skelton, Ann, 1961-(Pretoria University Law Press, 2020)
It is an undeniable fact that children in Africa face many
challenges in their sexual health and development trajectories. One
of the challenges that children face is ideological, that is, the social
construction of ...
Bradlow, Daniel David; Park, Stephen Kim(Cambridge University Press, 2020-10)
The COVID-19 pandemic highlights the importance of the Federal Reserve as a leading actor in global economic governance. As a creature of U.S. domestic law with an international presence and operational independence, the ...
Mahomed, Faraaz; Bhabha, Jacqueline; Stein, Michael Ashley; Puras, Dainius(Harvard University Press, 2020-12)
A human rights-based approach (HRBA) to health has long been seen as an important way in which to
address public health needs in a manner that is equitable and conducive to social justice. Yet the actual
content of an ...
For Africa, the backdrop against which COVID-19 emerged is a stark one. Although subSaharan Africa accounts for 11% of the world’s population, it bears 24% of the global disease
burden. The continent is home to 60% of the ...
Waschefort, Gus(Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2020)
The African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights has a
uniquely broad subject-matter jurisdiction that includes any ‘relevant
human rights instrument ratified by the states concerned’ (article 3
of the Protocol to the ...
Akech, Joseph Geng(Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2020)
This article critically examines measures adopted by the
Revitalised Transitional Government of National Unity (TGoNU) in South
Sudan to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. It analyses the implications of
such measures on ...
Adjolohoun, Horace Segnonna A.T.(Juta Law Journals, 2019)
It is established case-law of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights that
it does not assume appellate jurisdiction over national courts. In several decisions
rendered since its inception, the Court has consistently ...
Adjolohoun, Horace Segnonna A.T.(Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2020-06)
In the space of four years, between 2016 and 2020, four of
the ten states that had recognised the jurisdiction of the African Court
on Human and Peoples’ Rights to receive cases directly from individuals
and NGOs withdrew ...
Increased lifespan has resulted in a growing ageing population with non‐communicable diseases (NCDs) like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, among others that are chronic in nature. Thus, causing dependency, disability, ...