Volume 6 Issue 1 October 2018
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The LASPO Review: My Recent Talk About the Bach Commission’s Report on the Right to Justice
Sir Henry Brooke, with an introduction by Sir Terence Etherton
Social Justice and Education: The Crisis in the Social Transition from Apartheid to Democracy
Justice Dikgang Moseneke, with an introduction by Dr Stewart Motha
Anti-totalitarian Memory: Explaining the Presence of ‘Rights Abuse’ Clauses in International Human Rights Law
Reintegrating FARC’s Female Combatants: The Challenges of Addressing Gender Binaries in Transitional Justice
Are Constitutions Still Relevant in the Context of Globalisation?
Lizzette Robleto de Howarth
Talking about Resistance and Revolutionary Legality
Book Review: Europe’s Orphan: The Future of the Euro and the Politics of Debt by Martin Sandbu