6 Afr. Hum. Rts. L.J. [i] (2006)

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Articles
The devil is in the details: The challenges of transitional justice in
recent African peace agreements
by Andrea Armstrong and Gloria Ntegeye ...............  1
Criminal justice through international criminal tribunals:
Reflections on some lessons for national criminal justice
systems
by George William  Mugwanya .......................  26
Apology and trials: The case of the Red Terror trials in Ethiopia
by Girmachew  Alemu Aneme ........................  64
HIV/AIDS law and policy in Cameroon: Overview and challenges
by Atangcho Nji Akonumbo .........................  85
Trade and human rights: A perspective for agents of trade
policy using a rights-based approach to development
by Richard Frimpong  Oppong  .......................  123
Some reflections on recent and current trends in the promotion
and protection of human rights in Africa: The pains and the
gains
by John  C  Mubangizi .............................  146
Focus on the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and
Peoples' Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa
Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa: Protection of
women from sexual violence during armed conflict
by Ntombizozuko  Dyani ...........................  166
Advancing gender equity in access to HIV treatment through
the Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa
by  Ebenezer Durojaye .............................  188
Reconciling the need for advancing women's rights in Africa
and the dictates of international trade norms: The position
of the Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa
by Emezat H  Mengesha  ...........................  208
Recent developments
The 38th ordinary session of the African Commission on Human
and Peoples' Rights, November 2005, Banjul, The Gambia
by  Lee  Stone  ...................................  225

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