4 Afr. Hum. Rts. L.J. [i] (2004)

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Editorial ..................................... vii
Articles
The death penalty in Africa
by Dirk van Zyl Smit ........................... 1
A framework law on the right to food - An international and South
African perspective
by Fons Coomans and Kofi Yakpo ...................1 7
A path to realising economic, social and cultural rights in Africa?
A critique of the New Partnership for Africa's Development
by Christopher Mbazira ..... ................... 34
The new Pan-African Parliament: Prospects and challenges in view of
the experience of the European Parliament
by Tsegaye Derneke ..... ..................... 53
The African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating
Corruption: A critical appraisal
by Kolawole Olaniyan ..... .................... 74
Towards a new approach to the classification of human rights with
specific reference to the African context
bylohn C Mubangizi .......................... 93
The African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights and
the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights: Addressing
the right to an impartial hearing on detention and trial within
a reasonable time and the presumption of innocence
by Robert P BarnidgeJr ........................ 108
Recent developments
Reflections on the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights
by N Barney Pityana ...... .................... 121
The African Peer Review Mechanism as an integral part of the
New Partnership for Africa's Development
by Chris Stals ............................. 130
The Third Ordinary Session of the African Committee of Experts on
the Rights and Welfare of the Child
byAmanda Lloyd ...........................1 39

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