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Research outputs: CULTURAL RIGHTS
In the analysis of the implementation of the lockdown restrictions in South Africa, a great deal has been made of the unequal ways in which ...
2022 The dissemination and implementation of cultural rights worldwide: from "insurrectional actors" to 'programmatic actors": a comparison of Brazilian, French and South African cases
Cultural rights are clearly and specifically defined in different international human rights treaties. However, the interpretation of these ...
In this chapter we discuss the discursive structure and features of pre-burial visits among the Basotho people. We look at these visits as a...