SHUREA publications

Making, State-Building and Issues of Legitimacy in Ethiopia: Chronicling the Achievements, Failures and Prospects, Ethiopian Constitutional and Public Law Series, Vol. VIII

Addressing Good Governance Issues through Human Rights Protection in Ethiopia, Ethiopian Human Rights Law Series, Vol. IX

Benson Tusasirwe, The Judicial Enforcement of the Right to Freedom of Political Assembly and Association in Uganda,  Prof. J.Oloka Onyango and Assoc. Prof. Frederick W.Jjuuko

Mercy Deche, Legal responses to intra-familial child sexual abuse in Kenya: A case for restorative justice

Examples of publications by SHUREA researchers

Publications From 2018

Ashwanee Budoo , ‘Analysing the monitoring mechanisms of the African Women’s Protocol at the level of the African Union’, African Human Rights Law Journal, Vol.18, no.1 (2018)

Ben K. Twinomugisha, ‘Maternal Health Rights for Women with Disabilities in Uganda’, East African Journal of Peace & Human Rights, vol.24, no.1 (2018)

Cali B, Madsen M, Viljoen F, Comparative regional human rights regimes: Defining a research agenda,  International Journal of Constitutional Law, vol.16, Issue 1 (2018)

Christopher Mbazira, ‘Land Grabbing, Extraterritorial Obligations and the Failure of Justice In Uganda: The Mubende Case’ In Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations from an African Perspective, Chenwi & Takele Soboka Bulto (eds)  (Intersentia, 2018)

Christopher Mbazira and Teddy Namatovu, Civic space and human rights advocacy in the extractive industry in Uganda: Implications of the 2016 Non-Governmental Organisations Act for oil and gas civil society organisations, vol.18, no.1 (2018)

Ciara O’Connell & Christina Zampas, The human rights impact of gender stereotyping in the context of reproductive health care, International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, 144 (1) (2018)

Lilian Chenwi and Takele Bulto (eds.), Justice Beyond Borders: Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations from an African Perspective (2018: Intersentia).

Magnus Killander & Michael Gyan Nyarko,Human rights developments in the African Union, (January 2017- September 2018), African Human Rights Law Journal,vol. 18, no.2 (2018)

P Mpanga, ’Institutional and legal challenges to realising clean and safe water for all in Uganda’ in Kameri-Mbote, Paterson, Ruppel, Orubebe, Kamyogo (eds.)  A publication of the 5th Symposium and 4th Scientific Conference 2018 of the Association of Environmental Law Lecturers from African Universities (2018)

Robyn White & Dianah Msipa, Implementing Article 13 of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in South Africa: Reasonable accommodations for persons with communication disabilities, African Disability Rights Yearbook, Volume 6 (2018)

Ronald Naluwairo, The development of Uganda’s military justice and the right to a fair trial: Old wine in new bottles?, Global Campus Human Rights, vol.2, no.1 (2018)

R. Kakungulu-Mayambala, ‘Access to published works for persons who are blind, visually impaired or otherwise print disabled’, East African Journal of Peace & Human Rights, vol.24, no.1 (2018)

Simeneh Kiros Assefa, Sovereignty, Legitimacy and Fundamental Rights as Limitations to Criminalisation Power of the State Mizan Law Review, Vol. 12, No. 1 (2018)

Viljoen F, Understanding and overcoming challenges in accessing the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights‘, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, vol. 67, no. 1, (2018)

Publications From 2017

Adeola R, The responsibility of businesses to prevent development-induced displacement in Africa , African Human Rights Journal vol.17, no.1 (2017)

B Kabumba, ‘How Do you Solve a Problem like “Substantiality”: The Supreme Court and Presidential Elections in Uganda’ in J Oloka Onyango & J Ahikire, Controlling Consent: Uganda’s 2016 Election, London: Africa World Press, (2017)

Christopher Mbazira, ‘Judicial Enforcement of Economic, Social And Cultural Rights in Africa: An Analysis of National Approaches and Their Effect’, vol.23, no.1, (2017)

Ekeke AC, The potential effect of the economic partnership agreements between EU and Africa on Article 22 of the African Charter, De Jure, vol.50 n.2 (2017)

Elvis Fokala, Implementing Children’s Right to Participation in Family Decision Making Processes in Africa (2017: Åbo Akademi University Press) (doctoral dissertation).

Faraaz Mahomed & Michael Ashley Stein, ‘De-stigmatising psychosocial disabilities in South Africa’ in South Africa African Disability Rights Yearbook vol. 5 (2017)

Getachew Assefa, “The Constitutional Right to Self Determination as a Response to the ‘Question of Nationalities’ in Ethiopia” 24(4) International Journal on Minority and Group Rights (2017).

Heyns, C.H. (Christof H.); Gravett, W.H. (Willem), ‘To save succeeding generations from the scourge of war’ : Jan Smuts and the ideological foundations of the United Nations, Human Rights Quartery, vol 39, no.3 (2017)

J. Oloka-Onyango and Josephine Ahikire (eds.),’How do you control consent’ in J Oloka Onyango & J Ahikire, Controlling Consent: Uganda’s 2016 Election  (2017)

Mizanie Abate et al,Advancing Access to Justice for the Poor and Vulnerable through Legal Clinics in Ethiopia, Mizan Law Review, vol.11, no.1

Nyarko MG, Jegede A, Human rights developments in the African Union during 2016, African Human Rights Law Journal, vol.17, no.1 (2017)

Tsehai Wada, Tsehai Wada, The Right to Defense Counsel in Ethiopia: A Quest for Perfection, Journal of Ethiopian Lawol vol. 29 no. 1 (2017)

Willem de Lint and Wondwossen D. Kassa, Bent into Security: Barrister Contribution to a Skewed Order in Two Terrorism Prosecutions in Australia, Journal of Law and Society, vol.44, no.2 (2017)

Yenehun Birlie, Public Interest Environmental Litigation in Ethiopia: Factors for its Dormant and Stunted Features, Mizan Law Review, Vol. 11, No. 2 (2017)

Stakeholder Workshops

Centre for Human Rights co-hosts CSO Forum to promote constructive and meaningful civil society engagement with PAP

The Centre for Human Rights Hosts an Inter-Generational Dialogue on the Rights of Women

Southern Africa Expert Meeting on the Rights of Older Women

The 4th Annual National Conference on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Local Government, Devolution and Service Delivery held at the Makerere University, 20-21 September 2017, was partly broadcasted live on one of Uganda’s major TV stations (nbs tv). Extracts of the live broadcast are available here. A summary of the communiqué from the conference is available here.