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Utilization of African culture in the implementation of the UN convention on the rights of the child: a case study of Kenya
ABSTRACT The Adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of the child in 1989 was also heralded as a remarkable achievement in child rights advocacy. Amid renewed optimism, it was seen as the ultimate solution to the ...
(Re)positioning socio-economic rights as real rights: a response to sceptics.
In place of a unitary international bill of rights, there are two international covenants. This has given rise to the misleading impression that some rights may be less important than other rights and that certain rights ...