The students on the LLM/MPhil programme in human rights and democratisation in Africa are assigned to human rights clinics which contributes to the work of the Centre’s research units and give the students practical experience and advance the Centre’s mission towards the realisation of human rights in Africa.

Mandate 1: Prepare briefing reports on countries coming up for consideration during the 43rd Ordinary Session of the ACERWC (Zimbabwe, Malawi, Niger, Rwanda)

The date of the 43rd Ordinary Session of the Committee will be held in Maseru, Lesotho from 15 to 25 April 2024. The Committee will be considering the reports of the 4 countries indicated above. Students are required to prepare briefings on child rights issues in the countries, the briefings must be factual and well researched to inform the Committee’s engagement with the State Party.

Mandate 2: Prepare a documentary Video on the child friendly Charter which is based on the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child.

This mandate aims to produce a creative video that presents the provisions of th charter with simplistic animations. The ultimate aim is to have an informative, accessibility friendly and FUN to watch video. 

Children's Rights Clinic Members: 2024

  • Golda Rapozo
  • Sarah Hafidh
  • Oluwatosin Adegun
  • Akot Makur


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