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The rule of law in a state of emergency.
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The ICC's jurisdictional limitations and the impunity for war crimes in the DRC : a plea for the establishment of a special criminal tribunal.
The cruelty and scope of the widespread criminality of humans in the world, which was a feature of the past century, was fuelled by scientific progress, egoism and humanity's power of destruction. The criminal consequences ...
A critical appraisal of Africa's response to the world's first permanent International Criminal Court.
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Does international law protect children against recruitment into armed forces? : the case of Africa.
The involvement of children in conflict is not a recent phenomenon. The military use of children dates back to ancient times. The change of warfare and the advocating of the protection of children's rights within the ...
Transformation of the Lesotho juvenile justice system since ratification of the Convention of the Rights of the Child,1989 : legislation and practice.
Lesotho ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989 (hereafter 'the CRC') in 1992. By virtue of ratification of the CRC Lesotho has undertaken to harmonise its national laws with the CRC ...
Children incarcerated with their mothers : a critique of the current age-based approach to the separation of children from their mothers.
It is a worldwide phenomenon that, when mothers are imprisoned, their young children are allowed to accompany them. However, practices between different countries, and even within different prisons, vary greatly and there ...
Trafficking in children : effective solutions for African countries.
Trafficking in persons in general and in children in particular is a phenomenon that affects each and every country in the world. No African country is immune from trafficking, the quasi-totality of them are simultaneously ...
Can hunting? : an analysis of recent changes in the legal framework governing the management of large predators in South Africa.
New regulations have been published under the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act ('the Biodiversity Act') that regulate activities regarded as 'restricted activities' by that Act involving listed species ...
A critical analysis of the lack of consideration of small scale fisheries in the allocation of fishing rights in South Africa.
Marine resources, in particular the fishing industry, continue to play a major role in sustaining South Africa’s economy and social development and contribute to employment and security of the local community. Historically, ...
International legal protections for combatants in the South African armed conflict.
The African National Congress (ANC) is engaged in an armed conflict with the South African Government for control of South Africa. ANC combatants are being prosecuted under South African criminal law as rebels, a process ...