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Public participation in decentralised governments in Africa: making ambitious constitutional guarantees more responsive
(Juta Law, 2015)
Following the example of South Africa, Kenya, Tunisia and Zimbabwe have recently adopted constitutions that contain bills of rights, embrace the ideals of decentralisation and profess a commitment to participatory democracy. ...
Participatory constitution-making and why it matters: a review of the Egyptian experience
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
This article considers the making of Egypt's post-Mubarak constitution after considering the fact that participatory constitution-making is accepted as a democratic norm allowing citizens to be involved in the creation of ...
Promoting environmental justice through civil-based instruments in South Africa
(SOAS University of London, 2017)
Achieving environmental justice in South Africa is critically important, not only because of historical reasons rooted in the country's apartheid past, but also to ensure that everyone in the country, especially marginalized ...