Addressing Human Rights in the Court of Justice of the Andean Community and the Tributary of the Southern African Development Community

Kingah, Stephen, (10-2). Addressing Human Rights in the Court of Justice of the Andean Community and the Tributary of the Southern African Development Community. Colombia Internacional, 81 99-127

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  • Author Kingah, Stephen
    Title Addressing Human Rights in the Court of Justice of the Andean Community and the Tributary of the Southern African Development Community
    Appearing in Colombia Internacional
    Volume 81
    Publication Date 10-2-2014
    Place of Publication Bogotá
    Publisher Departamento de Ciencia Política de la Universidad de los Andes
    Start page 99
    End page 127
    Language PT
    Abstract

    The article compares how the regional tribunals of the Andean Community
    (CAN) and the Southern African Development Community (SADC) have dealt with
    human rights issues in order to explore options for SouthSouth judicial cooperation
    through adjudicative crossfertilization, while taking into account specificities that
    characterize both regions. In doing so, focus is placed on four elements: a) the scope
    of human rights covered by each of the regional tribunals; b) the locus standi of
    individuals before the tribunals; c) the added value of the regional tribunals; and d)
    the restrictive role of politics in the functioning of the tribunals.

    Copyright Holder Universidad de los Andes
    Copyright Year 2014
    Copyright type Creative Commons
    DOI 10.7440/colombiaint81.2014.04
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