African Human Rights Law Journal
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Vol. 14 No. 1 2014

Published by Pretoria University Law Press (PULP) 

Foreword: Law and religion in Africa: Comparative practices, experiences and prospects
by David M Kirkham and Cole Durham
Law and religion: Living expressions and channels of co-operation
by Musonda Trevor Selwyn Mwamba
Religion and the republican state in Africa: The need for a distanced relationship
by Kofi Quashigah
From social hostility to social media: Religious pluralism, human rights and democracy in Africa
by M Christian Green
Constitution, Charter and religions in South Africa
by Pieter Coertzen
African traditional religion and the Catholic Church in the light of the synods for Africa: 1994 and 2009
by Jean-Baptiste Sourou
Exploring the contours of African sexualities: Religion, law and society
by Sylvia Tamale
Theologising the mundane, politicising the divine: The cross-currents of law, religion and politics in Nigeria
by Is-haq Olanrewaju Oloyede
The Nigerian police force and the enforcement of religious criminal law
by Enyinna S Nwauche
Insurgency in Nigeria: Addressing the causes as part of the solution
by Allswell Osini Muzan
The troubled relationship of state and religion in Eritrea
by Daniel R Mekonnen and Selam Kidane
Freedom of belief for minorities in states with a dominant religion: Anomaly and pragmatism
by Mark Hill