Juvenile'; 'Justice'; 'Children's Rights'
Our goal in this paper is two-fold: we seek to evaluate the development of juvenile justice in Africa by making use of a thorough and ethical method of analysis. We begin with a contextual explanation of the children’s rights movement as it has developed on the continent. We then reframe David Kennedy’s ten-item critique of the international human rights movement into three broad categories. Using these categories, we evaluate the development of juvenile justice in sub-Saharan Africa as it has arisen out of the children’s rights movement.
Bhabha, Faisal and Candea, Cristina.
"Who will remember the Children? The International Human Rights Movement and Juvenile Justice in Africa."
The Transnational Human Rights Review