The Pretoria University Law Press releases landmark publication of African Union Human Rights Bodies: African Human Rights Yearbook and launches call for contributions to 2023 Yearbook. The first volume of the Yearbook appeared in 2017. In six years, the Yearbook has published a total of 125 articles, thus contributing to the democratisation of academic knowledge and debate on human and peoples’ rights. The Yearbook facilitates discussions and debates on significant jurisprudence of the three African Union (AU) human rights bodies (the African Court and Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and the African Committee on the Rights and Welfare of the Child) whose partnership has given rise to the Yearbook.
African Human Rights Yearbook Vol 6 released
24 March, 2023
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The Campaign to Decriminalise Poverty and Status is a coalition of organisations from across the world that advocate for the repeal of laws that target people based on poverty, status or for their activism.
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