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A critical analysis of how the access to justice framework has supported the role of women empowerment in the international arena: customary law vis a vis international women's human rights, a brief analysis of CEDAW: The case of Zimbabwe and India
The research sought to examine how women globally have been empowered economically, socially, academically and legally from the Access to Justice Framework seeing there at times exists a glaring contrast in customary law ...
The right to strike in Zimbabwe in the context of the 2013 Constitution and International Law.
(University of Zimbabwe, 2018)
The right to strike is of cardinal importance in any labour law regime based on social justice and democracy in the workplace. It lies at the heart of the freedom of association, the right to organise and collective ...
Right of minority people to self-determination under international law: The case of Tibet (2003 -2013)
The research sort to address the right of minorities to self-determination under International Law (IL) focusing on Tibet and, based on a hypothetical framework of the current United Nations systems which are far from ...