Developing Human Rights Jurisprudence, Volume 2

A Second Judicial Colloquium on the Domestic Application of International Human Rights Norms: Harare, Zimbabwe, 19–22 April 1989

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978-0-85092-349-0

Developing Human Rights Jurisprudence, Volume 2
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Series Title: Developing Human Rights Jurisprudence
Publication date: 1 January 1990
Size: 297mm x 210mm
ISBN: 978-0-85092-349-0
Pages: 178

One of an eight-volume series recording the development of international jurisprudence in human rights issues and, in particular, the domestic application of international human rights norms. Discussion focused on recent developments in international human rights jurisprudence and norms from which judges and lawyers are beginning, increasingly, to draw to augment the domestic law of their jurisdictions.



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Preface

Introduction by the Commonwealth Secretary-General

Harare Declaration of Human Rights

List of Participants

Agenda

Inaugural Address by HE The President Cde Robert Gabriel Mugabe

Paper prepared by the Hon Mr Justice Enoch Dumbutshena

International Human Rights Norms by Justice Rajsoomer Lallah

Implementing the Bangalore Principles on Human Rights Law by the Hon Justice Michael Kirby, CMG

Fundamental Rights in their Economic, Social and Cultural Context by Justice P N Bhagwati

The Role of the Judiciary in a Military Non-Constitutional Situation by Mr Justice Adenekan Ademola

The Domestic Application of the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights by Dr Rose D'Sa

Personal Liberty and Reasons of State by Beverley Byfield

Annexe I: Address by Arthur Chaskalson

Annexe II: The African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights