5 Afr. Hum. Rts. L.J. [i] (2005)

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Articles
Who's watching 'Big Brother'? Globalisation and the protection
of cultural rights in present-day Africa
by Joe  Oloka-Onyango  ............................  1
The advisory jurisdiction of the African Court on Human and
Peoples' Rights
by  AP  van  der Mei ...............................  27
Interpreting rights globally: Courts and constitutional rights in
emerging democracies
by Nsongurua I Udombana .........................  47
The right to pre-trial silence as part of the right to a free and
fair trial: An overview
by Tharien van der Walt and Stephen de /a Harpe .........  70
Breaking new ground: The need for a protocol to the African
Charter on the abolition of the death penalty in Africa
by  Lilian  Chenwi  ................................  89
A comparative study of the implementation in Zimbabwe and
South Africa of the international law rules that allow
compulsory licensing and parallel importation for HIV/AIDS
drugs
by Solomon  Frank Sacco ...........................  105
Cultural authoritarianism, women and human rights issues
among the Esan people of Nigeria
by Christopher E Ukhun and Nathaniel A Inegbedion ....... 129
Justice for the people: Strengthening primary justice in Malawi
by Joseph DeGabriele and Jeff Handmaker ............... 148
Circumcision and the rights of the Kenyan boy-child
by Patricia Mande Nyaundi .........................  171
Recent developments
Statement from seminar on Social, Economic and Cultural
Rights in  the African  Charter .......................  182

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