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BRIDGING THE BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS DIVIDE WITH LESSONS FROM UNCLOS’ DEEP SEA MINING REGIME
(KABARAK UNIVERSITY, 2016-09)
The norms that govern international economic law have for decades been criticised by the Third World for favouring the interests of western Industrialised Powers to the detriment of Third World peoples and their states. ...
Policed perceptions, masked realities: Human rights and law enforcement in Kenyan popular art
(KABARAK UNIVERSITY, 2012-03)
Human rights record is often monitored through mass media content. However, in repressed societies, mass media is often policed, resulting in sanitised depictions of life. Such mass media appears inadequate as a source ...
The merged African Court of Justice and Human Rights (ACJ&HR) as a better criminal justice system than the ICC: Are we Finding African Solution to African problems or creating African problems without solutions?
(University of Nairobi Law Journal, 2015)
A completely new creature unprecedented before in international law is emerging in Africa. The African Court of Justice and Human Rights (ACJHR) (herein after referred to as the Merged Court) will also have a criminal ...