Interpreting rights globally: Courts and constitutional rights in emerging democracies

Public participation in decentralised governments in Africa: Making ambitious constitutional guarantees more responsive

A few reflections on the role of courts, government, the legal profession, universities, the media and civil society in a constitutional democracy

Strengthening constitutional order and upholding the rule of law in Central Africa: Reversing the descent towards symbolic constitutionalism

Equality constitutional adjudication in South Africa

Towards more liberal standing rules to enforce constitutional rights in Ethiopia

Why the Supreme Court of Uganda should reject the Constitutional Court’s understanding of imprisonment for life

The promises of new constitutional engineering in post-genocide Rwanda

The bill of rights and constitutional order: A Kenyan perspective

Implementing environmental rights in Kenya’s new constitutional order: Prospects and potential challenges

The utility of environmental rights to sustainable development in Zimbabwe: A contribution to the constitutional reform debate

The meaning of certain substantive obligations distilled from international human rights instruments for constitutional environmental rights in South Africa

A Rights-Based Critique of Constitutional Rights

Protecting the right to personal liberty in Namibia: Constitutional, delictual and comparative perspectives

International human rights law and foreign case law in interpreting Constitutional rights: The Supreme Court of Uganda and the death penalty question

Identities and citizenship in Sudan: Governing constitutional principles