Dr. Arne Wulff and Mr. Peter Wendoh undertook a duty tour to Arusha from 8th to 10th April 2014 to meet with key stakeholders to follow-up on the existing partnerships and explore possibilities of future collaborations. They met with EACJ's Judge President H. Nsekela and Prof. J. Ruhangisa; Prof. M. Sahinkuye of the African Institute of International Law; Mr. Wedi Djamba, Executive Director, Coalition for an Effective African Court on Human and Peoples’Rights; Ms Maike van Ueuem among others.
In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court of Zimbabwe granted an appeal by a rape victim to compel the government to compensate her for failing to provide her access to contraception that would have prevented pregnancy out of the ordeal.
There is increased debate on the continent on the rights of homosexuals with several countries condemning it and terming it ‘unAfrican’. There are fears that this could spark attacks on gays or suspected gays on the continent where homosexuality is illegal in over 38 countries.
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Volume 18 comprises of the first series of articles written by young researches from the National University of Rwanda. It focuses on EAC, separation of powers in Uganada and Rwanda, decentralisation and arbitration in Rwanda [...]
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