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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Human Rights and Transnational Corporations: A Nexus with Sustainable Development in Cameroon

Globalization has united the world and enhanced the interaction between states, defined all economic, political, social and cultural differences. Today the corporate form is an omnipresent part of modern commercial life and is significant in the economic lives of states. The multinational corporation (or international or transnational corporation) is a business organization whose activities are

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How International Human Rights Law has Enhanced the Protection of Freedom from Torture at the International Level

Throughout this article we have made references to crimes of torture, inhuman and degrading treatment of the human kind in the world. The constant situation of the practices of torture, conversely, requires a comprehensive and methodical assessment. Actions that constitute torture were regrettably, been in practice in all societies as far back as the narrative

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An Appraisal of the Jurisprudence behind Jurisdiction and Admissibility Criteria of the East African Court of Justice Vis a Vis Lessons from United Nations System, the European Union and the African Human Rights System

For an International Court to entertain and decide on merits of a dispute, it must have jurisdiction over the claim which must also be admissible. Jurisdiction and Admissibility are two phenomenon (phenomena) that form the basis for preliminary objection in international courts.[i] The two concepts are correlated; still, the distinction between them is very important

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