Commonwealth Law Review Journal

Commonwealth Law Review Journal is an Annual e-Journal of Law bearing ISSN: 2581-3382. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law from all Commonwealth Nations and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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Access To The Ocean: An Evaluation Of The Regime Of The Rights Accredited To The Landlocked States Under The UNCLOS, 1982

“States without Access” to and from the sea constitute almost one-fifth of the states in the international community. Despite being recognized by several international instruments, landlocked states have yet to enjoy their full rights. The UNCLOS offers a thorough legal framework for controlling the resources and uses of ocean areas. However, it also substantially limits

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An Insight on the Management Practices of Japanese Companies in India

This paper aims to delve into and expound on the managerial and human resource policies in Japanese companies operating in India with respect to industrial practices and management of the workers therein. This analytic study is based on on-ground transactions enabling collection of conclusive data and observations made while on the job, during industrial and

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Analysis of Tanzania’s National Human Rights Institution in Light of International Human Rights and Good Governance Principles

The Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance (CHRAGG) is an independent government agency established to serve as Tanzania’s national focal point for advancing and defending human rights. Protection of human rights and supervising the core principles of good governance is a vital duty of the National Human Rights Institutions. In order to guarantee the preservation of human

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The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in the Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Detainees in Cameroon: Implications on Communities and Prisons

Imprisonment in a correctional service exists to punish those who violate the law. A cardinal principle during imprisonment is the rehabilitation and reintegration of detainees. Ironically, in Cameroonian prisons there is little attention paid on rehabilitation and reintegration objective of imprisonment. State and Non-State actors share this responsibility although primarily, it is the State duty.

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