3 edition of The justice sector and the rule of law in Namibia found in the catalog.
The justice sector and the rule of law in Namibia
Oliver Christian Ruppel
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Namibia Institute for Democracy, University of Namibia. Human Rights and Documentation Centre|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-2> ;|
|LC Control Number||2011348487|
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the rule of law. A framework for the rule of law is essential for the effective regulation of the interactions and co-existence of citizens within a democracy. This series of publications comes at an important time for Namibia, which celebrated 20 years of independent nationhood in It justice sector and the rule of law in Namibia.
This project culminated in three publications, each dedicated to a distinct thematic area. In this, the second publication, three thematic areas that may be regarded as the bread-and-butter issues of the justice sector are addressed, namely: Management of Get this from a library.
The justice sector and the rule of law in Namibia. [Oliver Christian Ruppel; Namibia Institute for Democracy.; University of Namibia.
Human Rights and Documentation Centre.;] The Justice Sector and Rule of Law in Namibia: Management, Personnel and Access Description This publication forms part of the series The Justice Sector and the Rule of Law in Namibia, which is jointly published by the Namibia Institute for Democracy (NID) and the Human Rights and Documentation Centre (HRDC), which is based in the Faculty of 内容提示： The Criminal Justice SystemJohn Nakuta, Assisted by Vincia CloeteThe Justice Sector & the Rule of Law in Namibia The Justice Sector and the Rule of Law in Namibia:The Criminal Justice SystemJohn Nakuta, Assisted by Vincia Cloete Published by: Namibia Institute for DemocracyHuman Rights and Documentation CentreFunded by: Embassy of FinlandOpen Society The rule of law in Namibia 0 the constitutionality of legislative provisions or practices relating to corporal punishment,9 the restraining of prisoners by chaining them to each other by means of metal chains, 0 and homosexual relationships.
For example, the provisions of Articles 21(2) and 22 of the Constitution allow The Justice Sector & the Rule of Law in Namibia: The Criminal Justice System.
Windhoek: Namibia Institute for Democracy, Human Rights and Documentation Centre. Contact Us. David Sampson Faculty Officer + 61 + 61 [email protected]:// • Examine the different criteria for justice • Briefly discuss the content of the rules of natural justice • Identify and define the different basic legal concepts in a labour context Additional reading.
Amoo, S.K. An Introduction to Namibian Law Materials and Cases. Windhoek: – Macmillan Education Namibia Publishers (Pty) :// 1 The concept of Human rights and the rule of law in Namibia. Windhoek: Macmillan Namibia, p 4 Article 21(2) of the Constitution provides as follows: The fundamental freedoms referred to in Sub-Article (1) hereof shall be exercised subject to the law of Namibia, in so far as such law View from LAW at Laikipia University.
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