Large-scale agricultural land acquisitions and Ethiopia’s ethnic minorities: A test for the rule of law

Women’s access to regional justice as a fundamental element of the rule of law: The effect of the absence of a women’s rights committee on the enforcement of the African Women’s Protocol

Implementing legal accountability to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity in Uganda

Prosecuting the perpetrators of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda: Its basis in international law and the implications for the protection of human rights in Africa

Mandatory mediation: An obstacle to access to justice

The role of the judiciary in the promotion of democracy in Uganda

The realisation of the right to bail in the Special Court for Sierra Leone: Problems and prospects

Apology and trials: The case of the Red Terror trials in Ethiopia

Justice for the people: Strengthening primary justice in Malawi

Police accountability in Kenya

The case of The State of Egypt v Saad Eddin Mohammed Ibrahim

Justice and social reconstruction in the aftermath of genocide in Rwanda: An evaluation of the possible role of gacaca tribunals

The Special Court for Sierra Leone: Conceptual concerns and alternatives

The devil is in the details: The challenges of transitional justice in recent African peace agreements

Courts and the enforcement of socio-economic rights in Malawi: Jurisprudential trends, challenges and opportunities

Approaches to the justiciability of economic, social and cultural rights in the jurisprudence of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights: Progress and perspectives

Inclusion by exclusion? An assessment of the justiciability of socio-economic rights under the 2005 Interim National Constitution of Sudan

Correct but wrong: A critical analysis of recent jurisprudence on the proper test for release pending appeal applications in Malawi

The court record and the right to a fair trial: Botswana and Uganda

Access to justice through clinical legal education: A way forward for good governance and development