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    • Exploring the cultural dimensions of the right to the highest attainable standard of health 

      Donders, Yvonne (2015)
      The right to enjoying the highest attainable standard of health is incorporated in many international and regional human rights instruments. This right contains both freedoms and entitlements, including the freedom to ...
    • Legal perspectives on the role of culture in sustainable development 

      Du Plessis, Anél; Rautenbach, Christa (North-West University (Potchefstroom Campus), Faculty of Law, 2010)
      This article introduces some legal perspectives on the role of culture in sustainable development. The authors agree that sustainable development has been designed as an environmental concept but that room exists for the ...
    • Property rights and traditional knowledge 

      Cross, John T (North-West University (Potchefstroom Campus), Faculty of Law, 2010)
      For the past several decades, there has been a push to provide some sort of right akin to an intellectual property right in traditional knowledge and traditional cultural expression. This push has encountered staunch ...
    • The regulation of the possession of weapons at gatherings 

      Du Toit, Pieter; Ferreira, Gerrit (2013)
      The Dangerous Weapons Act 15 of 2013 provides for certain prohibitions and restrictions in respect of the possession of a dangerous weapon and it repeals the Dangerous Weapons Act 71 of 1968 as well as the different Dangerous ...
    • The role of religious leaders in curbing the spread of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria 

      Oluduro, Olubayo (North-West University (Potchefstroom Campus), Faculty of Law, 2010)
      The tragic impact of the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Nigeria and its rate of escalation despite increasing access to health services have been alarming and terrifying. Nigerian people are very religious, yet the impact of the ...