The right to be heard has been severally underlined by provisions on freedom of expression across the variety of human rights instruments at both the domestic and international level. In a unique expression of the concerns and challenges encountered by the countries in the African continent, the editors of this book have collated a composite body of work on issues relating to international economic law from the African perspective. It is however and appropriately so, not merely a collection of African views but a review of African perspectives on matters arising in the context of a global market environment. The chapters are contributions from papers presented at the first African International Economic Law Network (AfIELN) Conference held at the Mandela Institute University of the Witwatersrand South Africa in 2011. Comprising eleven chapters including an introduction by the editors, the book’s contributions are grouped under three themes: the first set (chapters two to four) deal with issues arising broadly on the topic of international trade; the second (chapters five to seven) on matters concerning trade and international investment, and the third (chapters eight to eleven) varies on governance, regional law, domestic law, and commercial law. This grouping is not
International Human Rights Law Review – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2013
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