THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA
The right to development in Africa is both urgent and mandatory. As this book points out, the components of this right include: fostering respect for the rule of law, defeating corruption, tapping into African cultures and philosophies, advancing gender justice, and promoting the right to education. This thought-provoking book is useful to lawyers, academics, policymakers, and students. Serges Djoyou Kamga is a Professor of Law at the Thabo Mbeki African Leadership Institute (TMALI), UNISA. He is a member of the 'building committee' of the Cross-cultural Human Rights Centre, a consortium of one European University, ten Chinese and four African universities aimed at bringing Southern concepts and ideas in the area of human rights to Northern audiences. His areas of interest include Leadership and African renaissance, Development and human rights, human rights from a cross-cultural perspective, and Disability rights. He publishes in these areas.