By Julia Sloth-Nielsen
This assortment is anchored in an African notion of kid's rights and the legislation, and displays modern discourses happening within the zone of the kid's rights sphere. nearly all of members are African and undertake a person method of their subject which displays their first-hand event. The e-book specializes in baby rights concerns that have specific resonance at the continent and the chapters span issues that are either huge and slim, containing material that's either theoretical and illuminated by way of perform. The e-book profiles contemporary advancements and reports in furthering kid's felony rights within the African context, and distils from those destiny traits the explicit position that the legislation can play within the African kid's rights surroundings.
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The ACRWC contains many similar provisions to the CRC, albeit prescribed in an African context. However, there are certain provisions which provide for a higher threshold of protection for children, and some which are not provided for at all within the CRC. These provisions will be considered. Nationality Article 7(2) of the CRC can be regarded as an empty provision, requiring states to turn to other international agreements and national law for the provision of nationality for an otherwise stateless child.
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Ghazi Suleiman’s speech is a unique and important part of political debate in his country. When an individual’s freedom of expression is unlawfully restricted, it is not only the right of that individual that is being violated, but also the right of all others to ‘receive’ information and ideas. It is particularly grave when information that others are being denied concerns the human rights protected in the African Charter as did each instance in which Mr. Ghazi Suleiman was arrested. 15 Nevertheless, the Commission demonstrated its reluctance to permit restrictions on freedom of expression on the pretext of ‘national security and public order’.
Children's Rights in Africa by Julia Sloth-Nielsen