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3 Afr. J. Legal Stud. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/ajls3 and id is 1 raw text is: AFRICAN JOURNAL
Vol. 3                      CONTENTS            November 2009
1. Enforcing Fundamental Rights in Nigerian Courts-Processes and
Challenges -Anthony 0. Nwafor (pp. 1-11)
2. The Emerging Role of the Constitutional Value of Ubuntu for Informal
Social Security in South Africa - Clarence I. Tshoose (pp. 12-19)
3. L'Afrique et le systeme de justice penale internationale - Pacifique
Manirakiza (pp. 21-52)
4. Armed Conflicts in Africa and Western Complicity: A Disincentive for
African Union's Cooperation with the ICC - Ifeonu Eberechi (pp. 53-76)
5. Post-Election Violence in Kenya: Any Role for the ICC in the Quest for
Accountability? - Mba Chidi Nmaju (pp. 78-95)
6. Evidence in International Criminal Trials: Lessons and Contributions from
the Special Court for Sierra Leone - Patrick Hassan-Morlai (pp. 96-118)
7. The Foundations of Rights in the African Charter on the Rights and
Welfare of the Child: A Historical and Philosophical Account - Thoko
Kaime (pp. 119-136)
Okafor, Obiora. The African Human Rights System, Activist Forces, and
International Institutions (Cambridge University Press, 2007) - Yemisi Dina

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