10 Afr. Hum. Rts. L.J. [i] (2010)

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Ed ito rial ...................................................................................
Articles
The promotion of regional environmental security and Africa's
common position on climate change
by  W erner Scholtz .................................................................. ..
Beyond paper-based affiliate status: National human rights
institutions and the African Commission on Human and
Peoples' Rights
by  Bonolo  R  Dinokopila  .........................................................  26
Jurisdiction ratione materiae of the Uganda Human Rights
Commission: Making sense of the ambiguity in the
jurisprudence
by  Henry  O noria  ..................................................................  53
Marriage under African customary law in the face of the Bill of
Rights and international human rights standards in Malawi
by  Lea  M wam bene ................................................................  78
The right to health care in the specific context of access to
HIV/AIDS medicines: What can South Africa and Uganda learn
from each other?
by John C Mubangizi and Ben K Twinomugisha ......................  105
The African Union and the responsibility to protect
by  Sabelo  Gum edze ...............................................................  135
Who does the law seek to protect and from what? The
application of international law on child labour in an African
context
by Tendai Charity Nhenga-Chakarisa .....................................  161
Implementing economic, social and cultural rights in
Nigeria: Challenges and opportunities
by  Stanley  Ibe  .......................................................................  197
Recent developments
Human rights developments in the African Union during
2009
by Japhet Biegon and Magnus Killander .................................  212
Human rights developments in African sub-regional economic
communities during 2009
by  Solom on  T  Ebobrah  ..........................................................  233
Developments in international criminal justice in Africa during
2009
by Cecile Aptel and Wambui Mwangi .....................................  265

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