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Class Action - In Search of a Larger Life (Paperback): Charles Abrahams Class Action - In Search of a Larger Life (Paperback)
Charles Abrahams
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Charles Abrahams is a world-class lawyer who sued multinationals for colluding with the apartheid government, but at twelve he was determined to become a world-famous heartsurgeon. Then a school inspector shattered his dream: coloured children from the Cape Flats 'should not aim too high'. Class Action is the story of how Charles aimed high anyway, despite a childhood that included forced removal, dire poverty and the deep sense of shame of being neither white nor a 'white coloured'. As one of eleven children in a poor family, he experienced constant hardship and family strife.

Violence was ubiquitous: his street was notorious for its gang fights, his father abused his mother at home, and schoolteachers beat darker-skinned children like him. Charles wanted a larger life, and he found it through student politics, anti-apartheid activism and reading. He studied relentlessly, finding not only formidable political weapons, but a means to delve into the damage apartheid had done to his personal identity, selfesteem, sexuality and morality. He went on to qualify as a lawyer and, after defending local gangsters, he sought to do good through human-rights and class-action law. He has since spearheaded some of South Africa’s most historic, groundbreaking lawsuits, pursuing justice for ordinary citizens whose lives were ruined by powers too profit-driven to ever think about them.

Class Action depicts a remarkable journey of resistance and healing in reaction to institutionalised greed and racism and the harm it has done to our identities, our relationships and the people of our country.

The Bill Of Rights Handbook (Paperback, 6th ed): I Currie, J.De Waal The Bill Of Rights Handbook (Paperback, 6th ed)
I Currie, J.De Waal 7
R1,008 R798 Discovery Miles 7 980 Save R210 (21%) Shipped within 4 - 8 working days

The Constitution informs every aspect of our legal system and every instance of interpretation and application of that system. The Bill of Rights Handbook's detailed coverage of all aspects of Bill of Rights jurisprudence and practice has made it the standard reference work for this important area of law, and it has been extensively relied upon and quoted by the judiciary. The sixth edition of the Handbook is a comprehensive account of over two decades of jurisprudence interpreting and applying the Bill of Rights. The work has been thoroughly revised, in particular to cover developments in the areas of constitutional jurisdiction, remedies and socio-economic rights.

Locking Up Our Own (Paperback): James Forman, Jr. Locking Up Our Own (Paperback)
James Forman, Jr. 1
R233 R196 Discovery Miles 1 960 Save R37 (16%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Winner of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction Longlisted for the National Book Award One of the New York Times Book Review's 10 Best Books of 2017 Former public defender James Forman, Jr. is a leading critic of mass incarceration and its disproportionate impact on people of colour. In Locking Up Our Own, he seeks to understand the war on crime that began in the 1970s and why it was supported by many African American leaders in the nation's urban centres. Forman shows us that the first substantial cohort of black mayors, judges and police chiefs took office amid a surge in crime and drug addiction. Many prominent black officials, including Washington, DC mayor Marion Barry and federal prosecutor Eric Holder, feared that the gains of the civil rights movement were being undermined by lawlessness - and thus embraced tough-on-crime measures, including longer sentences and aggressive police tactics. In the face of skyrocketing murder rates and the proliferation of open-air drug markets, they believed they had no choice. But the policies they adopted would have devastating consequences for residents of poor black neighbourhoods. A former public defender, Forman tells riveting stories of politicians, community activists, police officers, defendants and crime victims. He writes with compassion about individuals trapped in terrible dilemmas - from the men and women he represented in court to officials struggling to respond to a public safety emergency. Locking Up Our Own enriches our understanding of why American society became so punitive and offers important lessons to anyone concerned about the future of race and the criminal justice system.

Immigration Law in South Africa (Paperback): Fatima Khan Immigration Law in South Africa (Paperback)
Fatima Khan
R643 R518 Discovery Miles 5 180 Save R125 (19%) Shipped within 4 - 8 working days

Immigration Law in South Africa outlines the existing law applicable to foreigners as reflected in the Immigration Act, the Citizenship Act, the Domicile Act and the Extradition Act as at 31 July 2017. The book also draws attention to the policy shifts by the South African government in the White Paper on International Migration, the Border Management Act, and the Discussion Paper on the repositioning of the Department of Home Affairs within the security cluster. Immigration Law in South Africa comprises three parts. Part One contextualises migration at an international level and within South Africa. This part discusses the concept of migration in the context of South Africa and on the international stage and how the human rights perspective has developed the notion of migration in South Africa. Part Two examines South African immigration law specifically - whom the state allows to enter and leave, who is considered undesirable or prohibited, permanent residence, and the various types of short-term visas that are offered to foreigners. Part Three considers the penalties that South Africa can impose on foreigners who violate the immigration laws of South Africa: the deportation, detention and extradition laws relating to immigrants in South Africa are examined.

Immigration Law 2019 (Paperback, 2019): Kevin Browne Immigration Law 2019 (Paperback, 2019)
Kevin Browne
R1,176 Discovery Miles 11 760 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days
Corporate Accountability - The Role and Impact of Non-Judicial Grievance Mechanisms (Hardcover): Karin Lukas, Barbara Linder,... Corporate Accountability - The Role and Impact of Non-Judicial Grievance Mechanisms (Hardcover)
Karin Lukas, Barbara Linder, Astrid Kutrzeba, Claudia Sprenger
R2,669 Discovery Miles 26 690 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Whilst many of us would agree that human rights are more important than corporate profits, the reality is often different; such realities as child labour and environmental destruction caused by corporate activities make this patently clear. Recognising that balancing human rights and business interests can be problematic, Corporate Accountability considers the limits of existing complaint mechanisms and examines non-judicial alternatives for conflict resolution. The innovative approach herein compiles both long-standing international expertise and findings based on 25 key interviews from experts and victims. In contrast to the current literature, which tends to provide details on the functioning of the mechanisms, this book delves further to examine the strengths and weaknesses of each mechanism and provides criteria of excellence for non-judicial grievance mechanisms. In doing so, it provides a reality-check for corporate accountability worldwide. Novel and thought provoking, Corporate Accountability will be a captivating read for academics as well as companies interested in human rights and corporate social responsibility. It will also prove of interest to related state institutions such as development agencies and other relevant ministries such as chambers of commerce, trade unions, NGOs and civil society organisations.

Research Handbook on Human Rights and the Environment (Hardcover): Anna Grear, L. J. Kotze Research Handbook on Human Rights and the Environment (Hardcover)
Anna Grear, L. J. Kotze
R4,106 Discovery Miles 41 060 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Bringing together leading international scholars in the field, this authoritative Handbook combines critical and doctrinal scholarship to illuminate some of the challenging tensions in the legal relationships between humans and the environment, and human rights and environment law. The accomplished contributors provide researchers and students with a rich source of reflection and engagement with the topic. Split into five parts, the book covers epistemologies, core values and closures, constitutionalisms, universalisms and regionalisms, with a final concluding section exploring major challenges and alternative futures. An essential resource for students and scholars of human rights law, the volume will also be of significant interest to those in the fields of environmental and constitutional law.

The Erosion of Tribal Power - The Supreme Court's Silent Revolution (Hardcover): Dewi Ioan Ball The Erosion of Tribal Power - The Supreme Court's Silent Revolution (Hardcover)
Dewi Ioan Ball
R876 Discovery Miles 8 760 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Human Trafficking - Human Rights (Paperback): Sandhya Drew Human Trafficking - Human Rights (Paperback)
Sandhya Drew
R687 R649 Discovery Miles 6 490 Save R38 (6%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This unique books sets out the legal framework and practice at national level with regard to human trafficking, including the changes brought about as a result of ratification of the European Convention against Human Trafficking. It combines explanation and discussion of issues of theory with practical guidance on how to assist victims.

Cambridge Asylum and Migration Studies - Demanding Rights: Europe's Supranational Courts and the Dilemma of Migrant... Cambridge Asylum and Migration Studies - Demanding Rights: Europe's Supranational Courts and the Dilemma of Migrant Vulnerability (Paperback)
Moritz Baumgartel
R647 Discovery Miles 6 470 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

While nominally protected across Europe, the human rights of vulnerable migrants often fail to deliver their promised benefits in practice. This socio-legal study explores both the concrete expressions and possible causes of this persistent deficit. For this purpose, it presents an innovative multifaceted evaluation of selected judgments of the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the EU pertaining to such complex questions as the protection of persons fleeing from indiscriminate violence, homosexual asylum seekers, the Dublin Regulation, and the externalisation of border control. Highlighting the demanding character of migrant rights, the book also discusses some steps that could be taken to improve the effectiveness of Europe's supranational human rights system including changes in judicial and litigation practice as well as a reconceptualization of human rights as existential commitments.

Claiming Tribal Identity (Paperback, New): Mark Edwin Miller Claiming Tribal Identity (Paperback, New)
Mark Edwin Miller; Foreword by Chad "Corntassel" Smith
R680 Discovery Miles 6 800 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Who counts as an American Indian? Which groups qualify as Indian tribes? These questions have become increasingly complex in the past several decades, and federal legislation and the rise of tribal-owned casinos have raised the stakes in the ongoing debate. In this revealing study, historian Mark Edwin Miller describes how and why dozens of previously unrecognized tribal groups in the southeastern states have sought, and sometimes won, recognition, often to the dismay of the Five Tribes--the Cherokees, Chickasaws, Choctaws, Creeks, and Seminoles.
Miller explains how politics, economics, and such slippery issues as tribal and racial identity drive the conflicts between federally recognized tribal entities like the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, and other groups such as the Southeastern Cherokee Confederacy that also seek sovereignty. Battles over which groups can claim authentic Indian identity are fought both within the Bureau of Indian Affairs' Federal Acknowledgment Process and in Atlanta, Montgomery, and other capitals where legislators grant state recognition to Indian-identifying enclaves without consulting federally recognized tribes with similar names.
Miller's analysis recognizes the arguments on all sides--both the scholars and activists who see tribal affiliation as an individual choice, and the tribal governments that view unrecognized tribes as fraudulent. Groups such as the Lumbees, the Lower Muscogee Creeks, and the Mowa Choctaws, inspired by the civil rights movement and the War on Poverty, have evolved in surprising ways, as have traditional tribal governments.
Describing the significance of casino gambling, the leader of one unrecognized group said, "It's no longer a matter of red; it's a matter of green." Either a positive or a negative development, depending on who is telling the story, the casinos' economic impact has clouded what were previously issues purely of law, ethics, and justice. Drawing on both documents and personal interviews, Miller unravels the tangled politics of Indian identity and sovereignty. His lively, clearly argued book will be vital reading for tribal leaders, policy makers, and scholars.

U.S. Immigration Made Easy (Paperback, 19th ed.): Ilona Bray U.S. Immigration Made Easy (Paperback, 19th ed.)
Ilona Bray; Revised by Richard Link
R832 R644 Discovery Miles 6 440 Save R188 (23%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Beyond Cages - Animal Law and Criminal Punishment (Paperback): Justin Marceau Beyond Cages - Animal Law and Criminal Punishment (Paperback)
Justin Marceau
R594 Discovery Miles 5 940 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

For all the diversity of views within the animal protection movement, there is a surprising consensus about the need for more severe criminal justice interventions against animal abusers. More prosecutions and longer sentences, it is argued, will advance the status of animals in law and society. Breaking from this mold, Professor Justin Marceau demonstrates that a focus on 'carceral animal law' puts the animal rights movement at odds with other social justice movements, and may be bad for humans and animals alike. Animal protection efforts need to move beyond cages and towards systemic solutions if the movement hopes to be true to its own defining ethos of increased empathy and resistance to social oppression. Providing new insights into how the lessons of criminal justice reform should be imported into the animal abuse context, Beyond Cages is a valuable contribution to the literature on animal welfare and animal rights law.

Refugee Law in South Africa - Includes Appendices on CD-ROM (Paperback): F. Khan, T. Schreier Refugee Law in South Africa - Includes Appendices on CD-ROM (Paperback)
F. Khan, T. Schreier
R635 R512 Discovery Miles 5 120 Save R123 (19%) Shipped within 4 - 8 working days
The Child's Right to Development (Hardcover): Noam Peleg The Child's Right to Development (Hardcover)
Noam Peleg
R1,888 R1,742 Discovery Miles 17 420 Save R146 (8%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This book provides a comprehensive account of how child development and the right to development of children have been understood in international children's rights law. It argues that any conceptions of childhood focussed either on children's future as adults, or on children's lives in the present, overlook the hybridity of children's lived experiences. The book therefore suggests a new conception of childhood - namely, 'hybrid childhood' - which accommodates respect for children's agency and human dignity in the present, in the process of growth, and in the outcomes of this process when the child becomes an adult. Consequently, and building on the capability approach's idea of human development, the book presents a radical new interpretation of the child's right to development under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. It offers a comprehensive interpretation of the right to development, which is one of the four guiding principles of the Convention.

Life in the UK Test: Handbook 2019 - Everything you need to study for the British citizenship test (Paperback, Features new... Life in the UK Test: Handbook 2019 - Everything you need to study for the British citizenship test (Paperback, Features new foreword by the German comedy ambassador to the UK, Henning Wehn, as well as newly updated introduction, including section on Brexit, and updated advice on the text.)
Henry Dillon, Alastair Smith 1
R193 R159 Discovery Miles 1 590 Save R34 (18%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

The 2019 edition of the bestselling Handbook series includes the complete testable materials from Life in the United Kingdom: A guide for new residents, the official Home Office materials. Passing the Life in the UK test is a compulsory requirement for anyone wanting to live permanently in Britain or become a British citizen. This practical study guide makes preparing for the test a lot easier. The new edition includes: A new foreword from the German comedy ambassador to the UK, Henning Wehn Up-to-date advice on specific question formats and clear advice on how to avoid common mistakes. Focus points to help target your studies. Clear and easy to understand diagrams illustrating complex topics. Key advice from successful students and FAQs. The 2019 edition includes advice on what to study and unique study aids. Our appendices help students develop the comprehensive understanding they will need to pass the test. This book offers detailed advice on the types of question you will be asked in the official test. Purchasers also get a free subscription to online practice tests at www.lifeintheuk.net, along with up-to-date news and information. This book provides students with everything required to help them pass their test with confidence. The latest official materials Expert and independent study advice A FREE subscription to www.lifeintheuk.net

Life in the UK Test: Study Guide & CD ROM 2019 - The essential study guide for the British citizenship test (CD-ROM, Features... Life in the UK Test: Study Guide & CD ROM 2019 - The essential study guide for the British citizenship test (CD-ROM, Features new foreword by the German comedy ambassador to the UK, Henning Wehn, as well as newly updated introduction, including section on Brexit, and updated advice on the text.)
Henry Dillon, Alastair Smith 1
R308 R246 Discovery Miles 2 460 Save R62 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The 2019 edition of the best-selling series includes the complete testable materials from Life in the United Kingdom: A guide for new residents, the official Home Office materials. Passing the Life in the UK test is a compulsory requirement for anyone wanting to live permanently in Britain or become a British citizen. This practical study guide makes preparing for the test a lot easier. The new edition includes: A new foreword from the German comedy ambassador to the UK, Henning Wehn Updated advice on specific question formats and clear advice on how to avoid common mistakes. Focus points to help target your studies. Completely revised practice tests, based on customer feedback and the direct experience of our editors. This means we offer accurate and up-to-date advice on what the test is really like. Clear and easy to understand diagrams illustrating complex topics. Key advice from successful students and FAQs. The 2019 edition includes advice on what to study, the kinds of questions to expect and unique study aids. Our appendices help students develop the comprehensive understanding they will need to pass the test. This book offers detailed advice on the types of question you will be asked in the official test. Purchasers also get a free subscription to online practice tests at www.lifeintheuk.net, along with up-to-date news and information. This book provides students with everything required to help them pass their test with confidence. The latest official materials Expert and independent study advice Practice questions, including a FREE subscription to www.lifeintheuk.net CD ROM test software containing hundreds of practice questions.

Letters of the Law - Race and the Fantasy of Colorblindness in American Law (Hardcover): Sora Y. Han Letters of the Law - Race and the Fantasy of Colorblindness in American Law (Hardcover)
Sora Y. Han
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One of the hallmark features of the post-civil rights United States is the reign of colorblindness over national conversations about race and law. But how, precisely, should we understand this notion of colorblindness in the face of enduring racial hierarchy in American society? In Letters of the Law, Sora Y. Han argues that colorblindness is a foundational fantasy of law that not only informs individual and collective ideas of race, but also structures the imaginative capacities of American legal interpretation. Han develops a critique of colorblindness by deconstructing the law's central doctrines on due process, citizenship, equality, punishment and individual liberty, in order to expose how racial slavery and the ongoing struggle for abolition continue to haunt the law's reliance on the fantasy of colorblindness. Letters of the Law provides highly original readings of iconic Supreme Court cases on racial inequality-spanning Japanese internment to affirmative action, policing to prisoner rights, Jim Crow segregation to sexual freedom. Han's analysis provides readers with new perspectives on many urgent social issues of our time, including mass incarceration, educational segregation, state intrusions on privacy, and neoliberal investments in citizenship. But more importantly, Han compels readers to reconsider how the diverse legacies of civil rights reform archived in American law might be rewritten as a heterogeneous practice of black freedom struggle.

Defending the Public's Enemy - The Life and Legacy of Ramsey Clark (Hardcover): Lonnie T. Brown Defending the Public's Enemy - The Life and Legacy of Ramsey Clark (Hardcover)
Lonnie T. Brown
R627 R486 Discovery Miles 4 860 Save R141 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

What led a former United States Attorney General to become one of the world's most notorious defenders of the despised? Defending the Public's Enemy examines Clark's enigmatic life and career in a quest to answer this perplexing question. What led a former United States Attorney General to become one of the world's most notorious defenders of the despised? Defending the Public's Enemy examines Clark's enigmatic life and career in a quest to answer this perplexing question. The culmination of ten years of research and interviews, Lonnie T. Brown, Jr. explores how Clark evolved from our government's chief lawyer to a strident advocate for some of America's most vilified enemies. Clark's early career was enmeshed with seminally important people and events of the 1960s: Martin Luther King, Jr., Watts Riots, Selma-to-Montgomery March, Black Panthers, Vietnam. As a government insider, he worked to secure the civil rights of black Americans, resisting persistent, racist calls for more law and order. However, upon entering the private sector, Clark seemingly changed, morphing into the government's adversary by aligning with a mystifying array of demonized clients- among them, alleged terrorists, reputed Nazi war criminals, and brutal dictators, including Saddam Hussein. Is Clark a man of character and integrity, committed to ensuring his government's adherence to the ideals of justice and fairness, or is he a professional antagonist, anti-American and reflexively contrarian to the core? The provocative life chronicled in Defending the Public's Enemy is emblematic of the contradictions at the heart of American political history, and society's ambivalent relationship with dissenters and outliers, as well as those who defend them.

The Human Rights Handbook - A Practical Guide to Monitoring Human Rights (Paperback): Kathryn English, Adam Stapleton The Human Rights Handbook - A Practical Guide to Monitoring Human Rights (Paperback)
Kathryn English, Adam Stapleton
R334 R282 Discovery Miles 2 820 Save R52 (16%) Shipped within 4 - 8 working days

A practical guide to what international human rights law means and how that knowledge can be used on behalf of victims, this volume should make a contribution to the empowerment of those it sees as at risk, as well as providing a different view of a world which upholds a common standard of respect for human dignity.;It includes: a detailed commentary on the international covenant on civil and political rights; discussion on the changing priorities in a state in transition from one-party rule to multi-party rule; and extensive appendices including the basic international human rights texts, their signatories and a list of international organizations and NGOs.

Speculators in Empire - Iroquoia and the 1768 Treaty of Fort Stanwix (Paperback): William J. Campbell Speculators in Empire - Iroquoia and the 1768 Treaty of Fort Stanwix (Paperback)
William J. Campbell
R562 Discovery Miles 5 620 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

At the 1768 Treaty of Fort Stanwix, the British secured the largest land cession in colonial North America. Crown representatives gained possession of an area claimed but not occupied by the Iroquois that encompassed parts of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia. The Iroquois, however, were far from naive--and the outcome was not an instance of their simply being dispossessed by Europeans. In "Speculators in Empire," William J. Campbell examines the diplomacy, land speculation, and empire building that led up to the treaty. His detailed study overturns common assumptions about the roles of the Iroquois and British on the eve of the American Revolution.
Through the treaty, the Iroquois directed the expansion of empire in order to serve their own needs while Crown negotiators obtained more territory than they were authorized to accept. How did this questionable transfer happen, who benefited, and at what cost? Campbell unravels complex intercultural negotiations in which colonial officials, land speculators, traders, tribes, and individual Indians pursued a variety of agendas, each side possessing considerable understanding of the other's expectations and intentions.
Historians have credited British Indian superintendent Sir William Johnson with pulling off the land grab, but Campbell shows that Johnson was only one of many players. Johnson's deputy, George Croghan, used the treaty to capitalize on a lifetime of scheming and speculation. Iroquois leaders and their peoples also benefited substantially. With keen awareness of the workings of the English legal system, they gained protection for their homelands by opening the Ohio country to settlement.
Campbell's navigation of the complexities of Native and British politics and land speculation illuminates a time when regional concerns and personal politicking would have lasting consequences for the continent. As "Speculators in Empire" shows, colonial and Native history are unavoidably entwined, and even interdependent.

Race, Rights, and Reparations - Law and the Japanese-American Interment (Paperback, 2nd ed.): Eric K. Yamamoto, Margaret Chon,... Race, Rights, and Reparations - Law and the Japanese-American Interment (Paperback, 2nd ed.)
Eric K. Yamamoto, Margaret Chon, Carol L. Izumi, Jerry Kang
R3,154 Discovery Miles 31 540 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
The Witness Experience - Testimony at the ICTY and Its Impact (Paperback): Kimi Lynn King, James David Meernik The Witness Experience - Testimony at the ICTY and Its Impact (Paperback)
Kimi Lynn King, James David Meernik
R632 Discovery Miles 6 320 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This book provides the most comprehensive and scientific assessment to date of what it means to appear before war crimes tribunals. This ground-breaking analysis, conducted with the cooperation of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) Victims and Witnesses Section, examines the positive and negative impact that testifying has on those who bear witness to the horrors of war by shedding new light on the process. While most witnesses have positive feelings and believe they contributed to international justice, there is a small but critical segment of witnesses whose security, health, and well-being are adversely affected after testifying. The witness experience is examined holistically, including witness' perceptions of their physical and psychological well-being. Because identity (gender and ethnicity) and war trauma were central to the ICTY's mandate and the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia, the research explores in-depth how they have impacted the most critical stakeholders of any transitional justice mechanism: the witnesses.

North American Genocides - Indigenous Nations, Settler Colonialism, and International Law (Hardcover): Laurelyn Whitt, Alan W.... North American Genocides - Indigenous Nations, Settler Colonialism, and International Law (Hardcover)
Laurelyn Whitt, Alan W. Clarke
R1,887 R1,741 Discovery Miles 17 410 Save R146 (8%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

When and how might the term genocide appropriately be ascribed to the experience of North American Indigenous nations under settler colonialism? Laurelyn Whitt and Alan W. Clarke contend that, if certain events which occurred during the colonization of North America were to take place today, they could be prosecuted as genocide. The legal methodology that the authors develop to establish this draws upon the definition of genocide as presented in the United Nations Genocide Convention and enhanced by subsequent decisions in international legal fora. Focusing on early British colonization, the authors apply this methodology to two historical cases: that of the Beothuk Nation from 1500-1830, and of the Powhatan Tsenacommacah from 1607-1677. North American Genocides concludes with a critique of the Conventional account of genocide, suggesting how it might evolve beyond its limitations to embrace the role of cultural destruction in undermining the viability of human groups.

Law Express: Human Rights (Paperback, 5th edition): Claire De Than Law Express: Human Rights (Paperback, 5th edition)
Claire De Than
R350 Discovery Miles 3 500 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

JOIN OVER HALF A MILLION STUDENTS WHO CHOSE TO REVISE WITH LAW EXPRESS Revise with the help of the UK's bestselling law revision series. Features: * Review essential cases, statutes, and legal terms before exams. * Assess and approach the subject by using expert advice. * Gain higher marks with tips for advanced thinking and further discussions. * Avoid common pitfalls with Don't be tempted to. * Practice answering sample questions and discover additional resources on the Companion website. www.pearsoned.co.uk/lawexpress

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