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Browsing by Subject "Human rights"

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  • Lubo, Kasongo (2014)
    The idea of “development” being a legitimate universal human entitlement is not a new phenomenon. The emergence of this concept can be traced back to a number of universal norms which emerged from the United Nations (UN) ...
  • Wessels, Leon (2001-01)
    This inquiry is about the derogation of human rights during states of emergency. International human rights law has blossomed since World War II. Over the years it has been understood that human rights can be limited or ...
  • Stoker, H. G.
    This inquiry into the jural realm -i.e. into human rights, jural norms (e.g. principles and laws) and the jural order relates this realm to the divinely ordained status or office (and its functions) of man in cosmic ...
  • Venter, Roxan (2011)
    The right to life, which is guaranteed in section 11 of the Constitution, is a particularly important right in South Africa, especially seen in the light of the human rights violations of the apartheid-era. Firstly, this ...
  • Bizos, George
    South Africa has one of the most inclusive and progressive constitutions in the world, drafted with an acute awareness to the injustices of the past. It prescribes all of the safeguards of a civilised society and has become ...
  • Nkosi, Penwell Collin (2015)
    This research considers the potential for conflict between human rights and intellectual property rights (IPRs) in South Africa. I argue that this conflict is brought about by the fact that the interests which are served ...
  • Bachmann, Sascha-Dominik Oliver Vladimir (2006-07)
    The starting point of this research is the observation that the protection of human rights and the prevention of human rights atrocities can only take place through a universal system of different means of accountability ...
  • Sabonga, Mpongosha (2002)
    No one definition of terrorism has gained universal acceptance. The lack of agreement on a definition of terrorism has been a major obstacle to meaningful international countermeasures to combat terrorism. There are 12 ...
  • Nanackchand, Vedant; Berman, Kim (South African Journal of Education, )
    The value of human rights in a democratic South Africa is constantly threatened and often waived for nefarious reasons. We contend that the use of visual graphics among incoming university visual art students provides a ...

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