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Researchers: Prof Frans Viljoen

Prof Frans Viljoen
BLC LLB (UP) LLM (Cantab) MA LLD (UP)
Director: Centre for Human Rights
Professor of International Human Rights Law
Tel: +27 (0) 12 420 3228
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Research interests
African human rights law, African regional integration law, international human rights monitoring mechanisms, sexual minority rights in Africa; comparative constitutional law

Current projects

  • Comparative constitutionalism – the apex courts in Brazil, India and South Africa
  • Sexual minority rights in Africa
  • Institutional and normative human rights proliferation
  • Implementation/ compliance with human rights (law)

Editorial positions

  • Editor-in-chief, African Human Rights Law Journal
  • Co-editor, African Human Rights Law Reports
  • Co-editor: Transformative constitutionalism: Comparing apex courts of Brazil, India and South Africa
  • Co-editor: Africa and the responsibility to protect: Art 4(h) of the African Union Constitutive Act
    (Routledge, 2014)

Teaching

  • Academic coordinator: LLM/MPhil in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa; LLM/MPhil in Multidisciplinary Human Rights; LLM/MPhil in Sexual and Reproductive Rights in Africa
  • Taught on the postgraduate level at the Universities of Essex and Oxford, United Kingdom; Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique; University for Peace, Costa Rica; and the Åbo Akademi University, Finland.

Supervision: LLD students

  • Adeola, Romola:
    Article 10 (1) of the Kampala Convention - Implementing the human rights based approach to development-induced displacements in Africa
  • Beredugo, AJ (co-supervisor: Dr Magnus Killander):
    The role of national human rights institutions in advancing the implementation of socio-economic rights
  • Biegon, Japheth:
    An analysis of the impact of the resolutions of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights
  • Dinokopila, Bonolo:
    The Pan-Africa Parliament and its human rights mandate as an opportunity for effective human rights protection in Africa
  • Kabumba, Busingye:
    Soft law and the legitimation of international law
  • Kameni, Enga:
    Moving beyond the WTO and Trips Considering alternative legal approaches to facilitating access to medicines in selected sub-Saharan African countries
  • Kareithi, MW:
    Same-sex marriage in Kenya: A legal-historical analysis
  • Miamingi, Remember:
    Constructing a conception of childhood in Africa: A socio-legal perspective
  • Nsibirwa, M:
    The obligation of African states to realise women's rights to participate in politics and decision making in Africa
  • Possi, Ally:
    East African Court of Justice and human rights
  • Ramaroson, Mianko:
    Towards a shared responsibility for HIV and AIDS in the workplace: A human rights analysis of the law in Botswana, Madagascar and South Africa
  • Shyllon, Lola:
    Examining the contribution of legal frameworks on access to information to socio-economic progress in Africa: A case study of Nigeria, South Africa and Uganda

Academic publications

2015

  • 'Danger and fear in prison: Protecting the most vulneravle persons in Africa and thr Americas by regional human rights bodies through interim measures' Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 33 (2) 163–193 (with C Burbano-Herrera).

2014

  • ‘Amicus curiaeparticipation before regional human rights bodies in Africa’ Journal of African Law 58(1) 22 – 44 (With A Abebe).
  • ‘The feasibility and desirability of an African disability rights treaty: Further norm-elaboration or firmer norm-implementation?’South African Journal on Human Rights 30(2)  345 - 365 (with J Biegon).
  • Drawing lessons from ECOWAS in the implementation of article 4(h)’ in D. Kuwali & F. Viljoen (eds.) Africa and the responsibility to protect: Article 4(h) of the African Union Constitutive ActRoutledge 251-264 (with B Nkrumah).
  • ‘Interim measures before the Inter-American and African Human Rights Commissions: Strengths and weaknesses’ in Haeck Y & Brems E (eds) Human rights and civil liberties in the 21st century Springer 157-178 (with C Burbano-Herrera)
  • ‘Preventing human rights violations: Recommendations for enhancing the effectiveness of interim measures before the Inter-American and African Human Rights Commissions’ in Haeck Y & McGonigle-Leyh B (eds) The realisation of human rights: When theory meets practice. Studies in honour of Leo Zwaak Intersentia 221-241 (with C Burbano-Herrera & Y Haeck)
  • ‘An argument for South Africa’s accession to the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in the light of its importance and implications’ 17(6) Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 2557-2600 (with N Orago).
  • 'The relationship between international human rights and humanitarian law in the  African human rights system: An institutional approach' in De Wet, E & Kleffner, J Convergence and Conflicts of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law in Military Operations PULP, 2014 303-332

2013

  • From a cat into a lion? An overview of the progress and challenges of the African human rights system at the African Commission’s 25 year mark’ Law Democracy and Development 17, 298-314
  • ‘The African system of human rights’ in G Zyberi (ed) An institutional approach to the responsibility to protect, Cambridge University Press 2013
  • ‘The impact and influence of the African regional human rights system on domestic law in S Sheeran(ed) Routledge Handbook of International Human Rights Law, Oxon: Routledge 2013
  • ‘The role and impact of international and foreign law on adjudication in the apex courts of Brazil, India and South Africa’ in Vilhena, Baxi & Viljoen (eds) Transformative constitutionalism: Comparing apex courts of Brazil, India and South Africa, Pretoria University Law Press, 2013

2012

2011

2010

  • “Reflections on the legal protection of indigenous peoples’ rights in Africa” in S Dersso (ed) Perspectives on the rights of minorities and indigenous peoples in Africa Pretoria: Pretoria University Law Press (2010) 75-94
  • “State compliance with the recommendations of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights” in M Baderin & M Ssenyonjo M (eds) International human rights law: Six decades after the UDHR Aldershot:Ashgate (2010)

2009

  • “Exploring the theory and practice of the relationship between international human rights law and domestic actors” (2009) Leiden Journal of International Law 177 - 190

2008

  • “Communications under the African Charter: Procedure and admissibility” in Murray, R and Evans, M (eds) The African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights: The system in practice, 1986-2006 (Cambridge University Press, 2008)
  • “Model legislation and regional integration: Theory and practice of model legislation pertaining to HIV in SADC” (2008) De Iure 383 – 399

2007

  • International human rights law in Africa (Oxford University Press, 2007)
  • Human rights under threat: Four perspectives on HIV, AIDS and the law in Southern Africa (co-editor, with S Precious) (PULP, 2007)
  • “Towards non-discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation: The normative basis and procedural possibilities before the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights and the African Union“ (2007) 29 Human Rights Quarterly 86 – 111 (with R Murray)
  • “State compliance with the recommendations of the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights, 1993 - 2004" (2007) 101 American Journal of International Law 1 – 34 (with L Louw)

2006

  • “Political participation of women in Lesotho: The case of Molefi Ts'epe v The Independent Electoral Commission and Others, judgment of 30 June 2005" (2006) 39 Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa 351 – 360 (with M Nsibirwa)
  • The Prohibition of Torture and Ill-treatment in the African Human Rights System: A Handbook for Victims and their Advocates, OMCT Handbook Series vol 3 (World Organisation against Torture, 2006) (with Chidi Odinkalu) 

2005

  • “The Special Rapporteur on Prisons and Conditions of Detention in Africa: Achievements and possibilities” (2005) 27 Human Rights Quarterly 125 – 171
  • “Hate speech in Rwanda as a test case for international human rights law” (2005) 38 Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa 1 – 14
  • “Inciting violence and propagating hate through the media: Rwanda and the limits of international criminal law” (2005) 26 Obiter 26 – 40
  • “Promising profiles: New members of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights” (2005) 5 African Human Rights Law Journal 237 – 448
  • “Disclosing in an age of AIDS: confidentiality and community in conflict?” in Viljoen, F (ed) Righting stigma: Exploring a rights-based approach to stigma Pretoria CSA 2005  

2004

  • “Introduction to the African regional human rights system” in Heyns, CH (ed) Human rights law in Africa vol 1 Martinus Nijhoff The Hague 2004  
  • “L’application de la Charte africaine des Droits de l’Homme et des Peuples par les autorites nationales en Afrique australe et orientale” in Flauss and Lambert-Abdelgawad (eds) L’application nationale de la Charte africaine des droits de l’homme et des peuples, Bruylant, Paris, 2004
  • “Introduction to the African regional human rights system” in Heyns, CH (ed) Human rights law in Africa vol 1 Martinus Nijhoff The Hague 2004  
  • “The status of the findings of the African Commission: From moral persuasion to legal obligation” (2004) 28 Journal of African Law 1 – 22 (with Lirette Louw)
  • “Courts for Africa: Considering the co-existence of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights and the African Court of Justice” (2004) 22 Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 241 – 267
  • “A Human Rights Court for Africa, and Africans” (2004) 30 Brooklyn Journal of International Law 1 – 66
  • “The African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights: The Travaux préparatoires in the light of subsequent practice” (2004) 25 Human Rights Law Journal 313 – 326
  • “Recent developments in the African regional human rights system” (2004) 4 African Human Rights Law Journal  344 – 352 
  • “Fact-finding by UN human rights complaints bodies – Analysis and suggested reforms” (2004) 8 Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law 49 – 100
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