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2019-5-31

This interview is a few days old, but still well worth a read for those who haven't yet come across it.

You can access the interview here.

A new publication, The African Court of Justice and Human Peoples' Rights in Context: Development and Challenges (edited by Charles Jalloh, Kamari Clarke and Vincent Nmehielle and published by Cambridge University Press), is available for download here as an open source text.

It looks to be an impressive piece of work covering a range of topics, including the Malabo Protocol. I am sure that it will offer interesting (and useful) reading for those interested in ICJ in Africa.

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