Volume 2 No 1
University of Pretoria
Isabeau de Meyer
University of Pretoria
International editorial advisory board
Juan Pablo Alban
Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
University of Bologna
Yerevan State University
University of Buenos Aires
Birzeit University, Palestine
University of Sarajevo
Esther Damalie Naggita-Musoke
University of Graz
Kathmandu School of Law, Nepal
Sustainability of food systems: The role of legal and policy frameworks
by Nicholas W Orago
The forced displacement of indigenous peoples in Colombia
by Felipe Gómez Isa
Recent Regional Developments
Human rights and democracy in the Arab world in 2017: Hopeless within, doomed abroad
by Hafsa Bennis, Razane Boustany, Anna Lucky Dalena, Henriette Josephine Gentil, Yasmine Jamal Hajar, Hind Sharif, Salma Sharif, Marta Welander and Martina Zucconi
Challenges to the European Union in 2017: Brexit implementation, populism, and the renewed attempt at advancing the social dimension of the European integration project
by Chiara Altafin and Wiebke Lamer
Selected developments in human rights and democratisation during 2017: Sub-Saharan Africa
by Michael Gyan Nyarko and Trésor Makunya
Selected regional developments in human rights and democratisation in the Asia Pacific during 2017: 'Diverse region with divergent stance'
by Ravi Prakash Vyas and Sachin Siwakoti
Regional perspectives on democratisation of Eastern Partnership countries
by Arusyak Aleksanyan
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(Global Campus, 2018-10)Global Campus Human Rights Journal (Human Rights Journal) is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal, published under the auspices of the Global Campus of Human Rights as an open-access on-line journal.
(Global Campus, 2018-10)This is the third issue of the Global Campus Human Rights Journal. It consists of five articles of a general nature, covering a diversity of geographic and thematic concerns, and five reviews of recent regional developments ...
Citizen agency, human rights and economic development in the context of populism and new democratic leadership models in Latin America (Global Campus, 2018-10)This article reviews the concepts of governance and governability in light of the emergence of new leadership models at the turn of the century and after the 1990s in Latin America. The article reviews the challenges ...
(Global Campus, 2018-10)Food plays a critical role in human life for sustenance, nutrition, cultural expression and socio-economic development. It is, therefore, imperative that food production, processing and consumption systems are managed ...
Freedom of religion and the securitisation of religious identity: An analysis of proposals impacting on freedom of religion following terrorist attacks in Flanders (Global Campus, 2018-10)This article develops an adapted, discourse theory-based framework of securitisation theory to assess possible violations of the human right to freedom of religion. The relevance of this framework is illustrated by ...
The development of Uganda’s military justice system and the right to a fair trial: Old wine in new bottles? (Global Campus, 2018-10)Abstract: Justice demands that all organs and persons that exercise judicial power should adhere to the standards comprised in the right to a fair trial. In the last two decades, many countries have introduced reforms ...
(Global Campus, 2018-10)The creation of more than seven million internally-displaced persons and the subsequent territorial expropriation in the context of the internal armed conflict in Colombia constitute both a humanitarian and a human rights ...
(Global Campus, 2018-10)Abstract: This article, which gives an overview of the situation pertaining to human rights and democracy in the Arab world during 2017, deals with the situation in nine countries. These countries represent a varied ...
Challenges to the EU in 2017: Brexit implementation, populism, and the renewed attempt at advancing the social dimension of the European integration project (Global Campus, 2018-10)Over the last decade, the European Union has faced a number of challenges, several of which have also dominated the regional political climate during 2017. For the first time in history, one of its member states is leaving ...
(Global Campus, 2018-10)Abstract: This article reviews selected developments in human rights and democratisation in sub-Saharan African during 2017. It discusses the presidential elections held in Kenya, Liberia, Angola, Rwanda and Somalia/ ...
Selected regional developments in human rights and democratisation in the Asia Pacific during 2017: ‘Diverse region with divergent stance’ (Global Campus, 2018-10)Abstract: With the human rights situation in the Asia-Pacific region characterised by clashes resulting from religious and ethnic extremism, challenges to free speech, and attacks on women and lesbian, gay, bisexual ...
(Global Campus, 2018-10)Interest in studies and measurements of democracy and human rights in terms of globalisation and regional cooperation has extended beyond the academic context, reflecting the features of government policies and ...