Human Rights Law in Africa, Volume 1 (1996)


Herausgeber:in: Christof Heyns
'The book is an excellent contribution to the growing number of publications on Africa human rights law. It could serve as an important tool for African human rights researchers and advocates.'
Africa Legal Aid Quarterly, January-March 1997.
'This compilation provides, between two covers, the fundamental national human rights laws of each African nation. ... the editor ... has quite admirably assembled the key provisions on which decision-makers must rely for the `rule of law' on the African Continent ...'
ASIL Newsletter, June 1997.
Introduction. Part One: United Nations Human Rights Treaties in Africa. Part Two: The African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights. Part Three: Human Rights Provisions of the Constitutions of African States.