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The Human rights implications of Zambia's privatisation programme: The case of the Zambia consolidated copper mines(ZCCM),Roan antelope mine,Luanshya division
Privatisation of state owned enterprises is currently in process the world over, in Europe, North America, Japan and numerous developing countries and newly industrialised countries. In Zambia also Privatisation is in ...
Human rights and fundamental freedoms under the constitution of Zambia: An appraisal 1964-1996
Human rights are inherent in every human being and due to the fact that they are an individual's birth rights, it follows that human rights are found everywhere so long as human beings are found in that particular ...
The law relating to rights of detainees in Zambia: A case of Kaunda and 79 others
“We should not, however, be paralyzed by this gap between our aspirations and the reality of world affairs. There is no alternative but to rededicate ourselves continuously to promoting universal respect for rights universally ...
A study of the refugee defination and the effectiveness of UNHCR in protecting and promoting the rights of refugees
While the term 'refugee' has no universally accepted definition, it has been defined from different perspectives by different authors defined within international law and national legislation. The main purpose for reconsidering ...
Human rights violations : a critical appraisal of women's rights in Zambia
Violations of women's rights are as old as recorded history. In Zambia, women have always been marginalized as regards the enjoyment of their rights. This is especially true of women in the legal profession where most of ...