Africa's Human Rights Architecture

Africa's Human Rights Architecture
(Book Number 4)

This CCR publication is an examination of the conceptual issues surrounding Africa's human rights framework and the international, continental, sub-regional and national institutions that have sought to address the problems plaguing the continent in the post-colonial era. The book also presents a critical examination of the evolution of Africa's human rights architecture in the post-Cold War period.
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John Akokpari and Daniel Shea Zimbler (eds.), Africa's Human Rights Architecture (Jacana, 2008).

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