Reimagining justice, human rights and leadership in Africa : challenging discourse and searching for alternative paths
Reimagining justice, human rights and leadership in Africa : challenging discourse and searching for alternative paths / Everisto Benyera, editor.
|Other authors:||Benyera, Everisto, (Editor)|
Table of Contents:
- Part I.
- Conceptualizing justice, human rights and leadership in Africa
- Challenging discourse and searching for alternative paths: justice, human rights and leadership in Africa /
- Everisto Benyera, Romain Francis and Ahmed Haroon Jazbhay
- The colonial state is the problem in Africa /
- Everisto Benyera
- Part II.
- The tyranny of the coloniality of nature and the elusive question of justice /
- Romain Francis
- Don't develop us without us! Inclusion of indigenous ethnic minorities in sustainable development goals in Africa /
- Paul Mulindwa
- Part III.
- Human rights
- Theorising the direct effect doctrine of international law in human rights enforcement /
- Torque Mude
- Getting beyond the Somalia syndrome? Revisiting the United States' intervention in Liberia 15 years later /
- Raymond Kwan Sun Lau
- NATO's 2011 invasion of Libya: colonialism repackaged? /
- Chidochashe Nyere
- Part IV.
- When Mandela meets Rousseau: an exploration of South Africa's civil religion /
- Ahmed Haroon Jazbhay
- Pharaoh let my children go: meditations on blackness under democratized whiteness /
- Hlulani Mdingi.