Single title - Rule of Law Programme Sub-Saharan Africa (Anglophone Countries)
This portlet should not exist anymore
The book was produced by the Kenyan Section of the International Commission of Jurists with the financial support of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, under the aegis of its Rule of Law Program for Sub Saharan Africa.
1.Post-colonial nation-building and ethnic diversity in Africa.
2.Constitutionalism as a panacea to ethnic divisions in Kenya: A post 2007 election crises perspective.
3.Devolution of power as constitutionalism: The constitutional debate and beyond.
4.Federalism and the ethnicity question in Kenya: Limits, fears and prospects.
5.Ethnic conflict in Kenya: An analysis of the politicization of ethnicity and the impact of free markets on ethnic relations.
6.Citizenship and minorities in Kenya.
7.Cameroon’s constitutional conundrum: Reconciling unity with diversity.
8.Federalism and accommodation of ethnic diversity in Africa: The Ethiopian experience.
9.Protecting ethnic minorities in Nigeria’s Niger Delta.
10.Explaining and managing the politics of ethnic diversity in South Africa.