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Researchers: Dr Magnus Killander

Dr Magnus Killander
Jur kand (Lund), EMA (Padua), LLD (UP)
Associate Professor & Head of Research
Office 2-3.9, Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria
Tel: + 27 (12) 420 5407
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Research interests
African human rights law, African regional integration law, international human rights monitoring mechanisms, relationship between domestic law and international law

Current projects

  • Fostering human rights among European (external and internal) policies (FRAME), http://www.fp7-frame.eu/
  • Comparative regional human rights systems
  • Strengthening the effectiveness of the African Commission's complaints handling mandate

Editorial positions

  • Editor-in-chief, African Human Rights Law Reports
  • Editor (Africa), International Human Rights Law, Oxford Reports on International Law
  • Associate Editor (Africa), International Law in Domestic Courts, Oxford Reports on International Law
  • Co-editor, African Human Rights Law Journal

Teaching
Academic coordinator: LLM/MPhil in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa

Supervision: LLD students

  • Bekele, Melhik: Defending democracy while countering terrorism
  • Kabata, Faith: The impact of international human rights monitoring in Kenya
  • Lando, Victor: The domestic impact of sub-regional human rights mechanisms: A case study of the East African Community
  • Nyathi, Mkhululi: Shared governance: A model for SADC
  • Adjolohoun, Horace (co-supervisor; supervisor Prof Erika de Wet): Giving effect to the human rights jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the Economic Community of West African States: Compliance and Influence
  • Beredugo, AJ (co-supervisor; supervisor Prof Frans Viljoen): The role of national human rights institutions in advancing the implementation of socio-economic rights
  • Ndambo, Dennis (co-supervisor; supervisor Prof Erika de Wet): The role of international human rights law in domestic litigation: A comparative study of Kenya and South Africa
  • Tanoh, Armand (co-supervisor; supervisor: Prof Danie Brand, Department of Public Law: Critical analysis of compliance of west Africa states with ICESCR: the example of the right to education in Benin and Senegal

Academic publications
Full text of most publications available on http://up-za.academia.edu/MagnusKillander, SSRN and UPSPACE

2012

  • ‘Human rights developments in the African Union during 2010 and 2011’ (with Adem Abebe) (2012) 12 African Human Rights Law Journal 199-222
  • ‘Legal harmonisation in Africa: Taking stock and moving forward’ (2012) 47(1) The International Spectator 83-96
  • ‘The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights’ in  M Ssenyonjo (ed) The African regional human rights system: 30 Years after the ACHPR and beyond (2012) Brill 235-248

2010

  • International law and domestic human righs litigation in Africa (editor), Pretoria University Law Press (forthcoming, 2010)
  • ‘International law and domestic human rights litigation in Africa: An introduction’ (with Horace Adjolohoun) in Magnus Killander (ed) International law and domestic human righs litigation in Africa (forthcoming, 2010) Pretoria: Pretoria University Law Press
  • ‘Africa’ (with Christof Heyns) in Daniel Moeckli, Sangeeta Shah and Sandesh Sivakumaran (eds) International human rights law (forthcoming, 2010) 479-497 Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • ‘Towards minimum standards for regional human rights systems’ (with Christof Heyns) in Mahnoush H. Arsanjani, Jacob Katz Cogan, Robert D. Sloane & Siegfried Wiessner(eds) Looking to the future: Essays on international law in honor of W. Michael Reisman (forthcoming, 2010) Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
  • ‘Human rights developments in the African Union during 2009’ (with Japhet Biegon) (2010) 10 African Human Rights Law Journal 212-232
  • ‘Det afrikanska människorättssystemet’ in Anna Lundberg (red.) Mänskliga rättigheter – juridiska perspektiv (2010) Malmö: Liber
  • ‘African human rights law in theory and practice’ in Sarah Joseph and Adam MacBeth (eds) Research handbook on human rights (2010) 388-413 Cheltenham: Edward Elgar

2009

  • The role of the African Peer Review Mechanism in inducing compliance with human rights, LLD thesis, University of Pretoria
  • ‘The role of international law in human rights litigation in Africa’ in Emmanuel Quansah and William Binchy (eds) The judicial protection of human rights in Botswana (2009) 7-26 Dublin: Clarus Press
  • ‘The African regional human rights system’ (with Christof Heyns) in Felipe Gomez Isa and Koen de Feyter (ed) International human rights law in a global context (2009) 855-898
  • ‘Regional cooperation and organization: African states’ Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (Online service published by Oxford University Press, www.mpepil.com, 2009)
  • ‘Human rights developments in the African Union during 2008’ (with Japhet Biegon) (2009) 9 African Human Rights Law Journal 295-311
  • ‘Life’ in A Govindjee & P Vrancken (eds) Introduction to human rights law (2009) 83-85 Durban: Lexis-Nexis
  • ‘Freedom and security of the person’ (with P Vrancken) in A Govindjee & P Vrancken (eds) Introduction to human rights law (2009) 87-95 Durban: Lexis-Nexis
  • ‘Slavery, servitude and forced labour’ in A Govindjee & P Vrancken (eds) Introduction to human rights law (2009) 97-99 Durban: Lexis-Nexis
  • ‘Freedom of movement and residence’ in A Govindjee & P Vrancken (eds) Introduction to human rights law (2009) 141-143 Durban: Lexis-Nexis
  • ‘Arrested, detained and accused persons’ in A Govindjee & P Vrancken (eds) Introduction to human rights law (2009) 203-216 Durban: Lexis-Nexis
  • ‘Human rights litigation’ (with P Vrancken) in A Govindjee & P Vrancken (eds) Introduction to human rights law (2009) 251-270 Durban: Lexis-Nexis

2008

  • ‘The African Peer Review Mechanism and human rights: The first reviews and the way forward’ (2008) 30 Human Rights Quarterly 41-75
  • ‘Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)’ Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (Online service published by Oxford University Press, www.mpepil.com, published September 2008
  • ‘South West Africa/Namibia (Advisory Opinions and Judgments)’ (with Christof Heyns) As above, published November 2008
  • ‘Book review: HJ Steiner, P Alston, R Goodman International human rights in context – Law, politics, morals’(2008) 8(2) African Human Rights Law Journal 617-619

2007

  • Compendium of key human rights documents of the African Union (with Christof Heyns) Pretoria University Law Press (3rd ed)
  • ‘Introduction’ in Human rights litigation and the domestication of human rights standards in Sub Saharan Africa (2007) 1-7 International Commission of Jurists, Kenyan and Swedish Sections
  • ‘Africa in international human rights textbooks’ (with Christof Heyns) (2007) 15(1) African Journal of International and Comparative Law  130-137
  • ‘Europe and the return to proper statehood in Africa: A reply to Strydom’ (2007) 7(2) African Human Rights Law Journal 576-582
  • ‘Somalia’ in Gerhard Robbers (ed) Encyclopedia of World Constitutions (2007) 841-843 New York: Facts on File

2006

  • ‘Emerging issues in human rights and human rights education in Africa’ (with Christof Heyns) in Shedrack Gaya Best (ed) Introduction to peace and conflict studies in West Africa: A reader 350-364 Ibadan: Spectrum Books Limited
  • ‘Confidentiality v publicity – interpreting article 59 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights’ (2006) 6 African Human Rights Law Journal 572-581
  • The African regional human rights systems and other regional systems: A comparison Frans Viljoen (ed) Judiciary Watch Report (2006) 175-189 ICJ-Kenya
  • Communications before the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights 1988-2002 (2006) 10(1) Law, Democracy and Development 101-117
  • Book review: Linda C Reif (ed) The International Ombudsman Yearbook Volume 7 2003 (2006) 6 African Human Rights Law Journal 251-253
  • ‘The African regional human rights system’ (with Christof Heyns) in Gomez Isa and de Feyter (eds) International protection of human rights: Achievements and challenges (2006)University of Deusto. Published in Portuguese as‘O sistema Africana de direitos humanos’in Flavia Piovesan (ed) Codigo de direito internacional dos direitos humanos anotado (2008) 1459-1509 São Paulo: dpj editora. Extracts reprinted in Henry J Steiner, Philip Alston, Ryan Goodman International human rights in context – Law, politics, morals (2008) 1066-1069 Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Book review: Rachel Murray Human rights in Africa (2006) 24(4) Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 715-717
  • Compendium of key human rights documents of the African Union (with Christof Heyns) Pretoria University Law Press (2nd ed)

2004

  • ‘Introduction to the United Nations and human rights in Africa’ in Christof Heyns (ed) Human Rights Law in Africa (2004) 4-47  Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
  • ‘The African Union’ (with Christof Heyns and Evarist Baimu) (2003) 46 German Yearbook of International Law 252-283
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