ESSAYS ON HUMAN RIGHTS LAW IN NIGERIA
This book of essays provides an important record of the contribution of the author in dissecting essential issues that defined human rights in the military, the immediate post-military and the contemporary democratic eras
Chapter 1: The Human Rights Philosophy of Hon. Dr. Akinola Aguda
Chapter 2: The Rule of Law versus the Rule of Force in Nigeria: The Contribution of HOD. Kayode Eso
Chapter 3: Justice Belgore’s Human Rights Jurisprudence: Activism or Compromise at the Federal High Court?
Chapter 4: Human Rights and State Security: The Nigerian Experience
Chapter 5: The Role of the Press under the Third Republican Constitution
Chapter 6: The Right to Freedom of Religion in Nigeria
Chapter 7: Comparative Perspectives on Nigerian Abortion Laws
Chapter 8: The Challenge of the Dispensation of Criminal Justice
under the Nigerian Military Administration
Chapter 9: Enforcement of Rights and the Problem of Locus Standi in Nigeria
Chapter 10: Remedies for Breach of Fundamental Rights
Chapter 11: An Overview of Civil and Political Rights in Africa
Chapter 12: The Role of Lawyers in the Observance of Human Rights in Nigeria
Chapter 13: Police Brutality: Dimensions and Control in Nigeria
The struggle for human rights in Nigeria was “won” on many fronts, in field as well as on the intellectual front. Prominent amongst the intellectual activists” of human rights are Akinola Aguda, Itse Sagay, Osita Eze, Akin Oyebode, Isabella Okagbue, Ayo Atsenuwa and Akin Ibidapo-Obe, the author of this collection of essays. The book of essays provides an important record of the contribution of the author in dissecting essential issues that defined human rights in the military, the immediate post-military and the contemporary democratic eras.
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