25 septembre 2013

REVUE : Journal of African and International Law (vol. 5, n°3, 2012)

Catherine MAIA

The latest issue of the Journal of African and International Law (vol. 5, n°3, 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Hamudi I. Majamba, Legislative Frameworks for Implementing REDD: The Case of Forest Governance and Management in Tanzania
  • Michael Kabai, International Legal Instruments and Measures Providing Protection against Illegal Unregulated and Unreported Fishing (IUU): South African Milieu
  • Yitiha Simbeye, The Jus cogens Nature of Head of State Immunity Ratione Personae: The Case of President Al Bashir of Sudan
  • Funminiyi A.R. Adeleke, Locating the Determinants of Unsafe Abortion beyond the Legal Framework of Abortion Laws: A Case Study of Nigerian and Ghanaian Abortion Laws
  • Gbadebo A. Olagunju & Rufus O. Olaoluwa, The WTO And Developing Countries in the Rounds Of Trade Negotiations: Whither Are We?
  • Magdalena Malaba, Legal Aspects of the Local Capital Market Expansion through Foreign Participation: Focus On Tanzania
  • Adejoke O. Oyewunmi, The Workplace and the Criminalisation of Sexual Harassment under Nigerian Law: Lessons from a Comparative Study
  • Mutabaazi J. Lugaziya, Addressing Prison Conditions in Southern Africa from a Human Rights Perspective: The Case of Tanzania

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