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Nansamba Hadijah, Lecturer and PhD candidate, Mountains of the Moon University, Uganda Advancing gender equality in Ugandan Corporate landscape: Aligning business responsibilities with human rights obligations
Dr Pricilar Vengesai, Post Doc fellow, UNISA Women exclusion in African politics: effects of unconstitutional change of government to women political participation in Africa
Prof. Azubike Onuora-Oguno & Hassan Abimbola, University of Ilorin Illegality of legal theory: legal mobilisation and legal consciousness as instigator of unconstitutional change of government
Sikelela Ndlazi: Chair of Department and PhD Candidate, UNISA & Prof Angelo Dube, Director School of Law, UNISA

Appreciating ASM as a tool to fulfil human rights in business and rural development in south Africa

Pacharo Kayira, Deputy Permanent Representative of Malawi to UN, Geneva Unconstitutional change of government: a watershed moment for Africa
Dr Chairman Okoloise, Post Doc Fellow University of South Africa The UNGP’s and binding instrument on business and human rights as a ‘poisoned chalice’ in the fight against corporate abuses in Africa
Sydney Tambasi, Lead Editor Afronomislaw Academic Forum, Kenya From the imperial British east Africa company to the nation-state to the corporations: tracing the patterns in human rights responsibilities and abuse in Kenya’s history
Daisy Biwot, G&A Advocates LLP in Nairobi Kenya Strengthening the interplay between Business and Human Rights: Exploring Kenya’s Tea and Extractive sector(s)
Dr Arsene D NENE BI, Université Alassane Ouattara Les changements anticonstitutionnels de gouvernement: entre rétablissement de l’État de droit et atteintes aux droits de l’homme
Bertand Pamfouet, Université de Leipzig Comment lutter contre les changements anticonstitutionnels en Afrique? Enjeux théoriques et perspectives analytiques dans le cas de Cameroun


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