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This edition focuses on human rights in its several dimensions and ramifications. We have looked at the issue of economic, social and cultural rights; whether it is a myth or reality. We also looked at the arguments for reproductive health as human rights and whether access to the internet is a human right. Another issue discussed in this edition is the question of human rights and disabled persons.
We also discussed gay and lesbian rights, considering whether it is time for it to be accepted in Africa.
Beyond the issues of human rights, we looked at other important topics in law like the unending debate on abortion, internally displaced persons, sexting and child pornography. All these and other interesting and topical issues, we believe would enrich your knowledge of the law and other social issues.

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The Lawyers Chronicle is a pan-African online publication for lawyers, scholars, students and policy makers. It surveys the main trends of legal and socio-political issues on the African continent.

The Lawyers Chronicle is multidisciplinary and multidimensional in its work and approach. It provides the legal community, scholars and students with a very crucial platform for information and analysis on a broad range of issues that matter on the continent.

Though our focus is Africa, we are also working with friends from jurisdictions outside the continent. This is due to the fact that we believe that analyzing issues from other jurisdictions is crucial to our legal development and this would further enrich our expertise and knowledge of the law.

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