"This title was first published in 2001. This text critically examines the role and relevance of international human rights law in the process of protection, especially in the cases of Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe. It argues that international human rights law does have a role to play in the protection and, indeed the enforcement of human rights in these countries and that there is an emerging trend to that effect."--Provided by publisher.
First published 2001 by Dartmouth Publishing Company and Ashgate Publishing.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
part Part 1: Introduction chapter 1 Theoretical Issues: Monism and Dualism part Part II: Colonial Period chapter 2 Legal Legacy of Colonialism part Part III: Independence - New Departures chapter 3 Colonial Heritage Retained: Zimbabwe and Botswana chapter 4 A Monist Experiment: Namibia part Part IV: Post-independence Practice chapter 5 Namibia: Monism Compromised chapter 6 Botswana: Dualism Reinforced chapter 7 Zimbabwe: Dualism Challenged part Part V: General Conclusions chapter 8 Lessons on Monism and Dualism.