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Torture in Zambia: The Role of the Permanent Human Rights Commission in Monitoring Zambia's Compliance With the Convention Against Torture
Torture is a topical subject in Zambia these days. Not only do reports indicate that the practice is as pervasive today as it was during the Second Republic, but they show that there appears to be tacit approval from the ...
An analysis of the relevance of human rights in the interface of economic, social and political development of a society with particular reference to Zambia
The main objective of this Directed Research is to analyse and show the relevance of human rights in political, economic and social development of a society making particular reference to Zambia. To achieve this, the essay ...
The ratification, domestication and application of the ILO convention number 158 of 1982 regarding the right to be heard in cases of dismissal in Zambia
Zambia has ratified various Conventions of the ILO but of relevance is No. 158 of the ILO Conventions relating to the termination of employment. Article 7 of this Convention emphasizes the need for an employee to be given ...
The Zambia human rights commission: Historical establishment: Success or failure meeting and implementing the Paris principles
The focus of this research is on the historical establishment of the Zambia Human Rights Commission and whether the institution, in its establishment process and works, has met and is implementing the guidelines contained ...