|1.||Rombouts, Heidy : The role of the legal profession in the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission, 2002|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: part of a serial
The role of the legal profession in the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission / Rombouts, Heidy ; Parmentier, Stephan
REFERENCE TO GENERIC UNIT (Periodica): Netherlands quarterly of human rights : vol. 20; no. 3., p. 273-298. - Dordrecht : Kluwer Law, 2002.
|2.||Human rights and traditional justice systems in Africa, 2016|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Human rights and traditional justice systems in Africa /, 79 p. - New York and Geneva : United Nations, 2016.
ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Definitions and terminology: A. Definitions. B. Working definition for this publication. C. Terminology. 2. Nature and characteristics of traditional justice systems: A. Reasons for use and role of providing access to justice. B. Subject matter and personal jurisdiction. C. Institutional structure. D. Composition of traditional justice mechanisms. E. Community involvement. F. Guiding principles and common practices. G. Judgments. H. Examples of traditional justice systems in African states. 3. Human rights and traditional justice systems: A. International and regional human rights standards. B. Right to a fair trial. C. Prohibition of torture and other forms of ill-treatment and punishment. D. Right to life. E. Freedom of religion or belief. F. Right to equality and non-discrimination. G. Rights of the child. 4. Programmatic strategies: A. State recognition of traditional justice systems. B. Limitations on jurisdiction. C. Women's rights. D. Legislative or constitutional reform. E. Education and information. F. Human rights training. G. Increased role for empowerment initiatives by non-governmental organizations. H. Technical assistance to states and traditional communities. 5. Final observations.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Malawi / Mozambique / Namibia / Niger / Nigeria / Rwanda / South Africa / Zambia
LIBRARY LOCATION: UN library