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The Resource Public participation in African constitutionalism, edited by Tania Abbiate, Markus B?ockenf?orde and Veronica Federico

Public participation in African constitutionalism, edited by Tania Abbiate, Markus B?ockenf?orde and Veronica Federico

Label
Public participation in African constitutionalism
Title
Public participation in African constitutionalism
Statement of responsibility
edited by Tania Abbiate, Markus B?ockenf?orde and Veronica Federico
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
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Member of
Assigning source
--publisher's description
Dewey number
320.9609/051
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Abbiate, Tania,
  • B?ockenf?orde, Markus,
  • Federico, Veronica,
Series statement
Routledge global cooperation series
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  • Constitutional history
  • Democracy
  • Political participation
Label
Public participation in African constitutionalism, edited by Tania Abbiate, Markus B?ockenf?orde and Veronica Federico
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The 2011 constitution-making process in Morocco: a limited and controlled public participation
  • Francesco Biagi
  • Participation in the Tunisian constitution-making process
  • Nedra Cherif
  • The role of participation in the two Kenyan constitution building processes of 2000-5 and 2010: lessons learnt?
  • Rose W. Macharia and Yash Ghai
  • The Francophone paradox: participation in Senegal and in Central African Republic
  • Manuel Wally
  • People and constitutions: the case of Zambia
  • Boniface Cheembe
  • Part I: Conceptualizing public participation in constitution making processes
  • Public participation under authoritarian rule: the case of Zimbabwe
  • Douglas Togaraseyi Mwonzora
  • The role of civil society in the Libyan constitution-making process
  • Omar Hammady
  • Public participation and elite capture: a yet incomplete struggle towards a new constitution in Tanzania
  • Philipp Michaelis
  • Mission impossible? : opportunities and limitations of public participation in constitution-making in a failed state -- the case of Somalia
  • Jan Amilcar Schmidt
  • The process of drafting a citizen driven constitution in South Sudan: which role for the public?
  • Katrin Seidel
  • Participation -- to unveil a myth
  • Part III: Participation in context: does it make a difference?
  • Wanjiku's constitution : women's participation and their impact in Kenya's constitution building processes
  • Jill Cottrell
  • Societal engagement, democratic transition, and constitutional implementation in Malawi
  • Matteo Nicolini, Martina Trettel
  • Public participation and the death penalty in South Africa's constitution-making process
  • Heinz Klug
  • A success story of participation? : LGBTI rights in South Africa
  • Veronica Federico
  • The cross-cutting issue of religion in the Tunisian participatory constitution-making process
  • Abrak Saati
  • Tania Abbiate
  • Does participation help to foster constitutionalism in Africa?
  • H. Kwasi Prempeh
  • Letting the constituent power decide? Merits and challenges of referenda in constitution making processes in Africa
  • Markus Böckenförde
  • Part II: Participation in constitution making processes
  • The flawed public participation in the Egyptian constitutional process
  • Mohamed Abdelaal
Control code
on1016984110
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 317 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351719650
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1016984110
Label
Public participation in African constitutionalism, edited by Tania Abbiate, Markus B?ockenf?orde and Veronica Federico
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The 2011 constitution-making process in Morocco: a limited and controlled public participation
  • Francesco Biagi
  • Participation in the Tunisian constitution-making process
  • Nedra Cherif
  • The role of participation in the two Kenyan constitution building processes of 2000-5 and 2010: lessons learnt?
  • Rose W. Macharia and Yash Ghai
  • The Francophone paradox: participation in Senegal and in Central African Republic
  • Manuel Wally
  • People and constitutions: the case of Zambia
  • Boniface Cheembe
  • Part I: Conceptualizing public participation in constitution making processes
  • Public participation under authoritarian rule: the case of Zimbabwe
  • Douglas Togaraseyi Mwonzora
  • The role of civil society in the Libyan constitution-making process
  • Omar Hammady
  • Public participation and elite capture: a yet incomplete struggle towards a new constitution in Tanzania
  • Philipp Michaelis
  • Mission impossible? : opportunities and limitations of public participation in constitution-making in a failed state -- the case of Somalia
  • Jan Amilcar Schmidt
  • The process of drafting a citizen driven constitution in South Sudan: which role for the public?
  • Katrin Seidel
  • Participation -- to unveil a myth
  • Part III: Participation in context: does it make a difference?
  • Wanjiku's constitution : women's participation and their impact in Kenya's constitution building processes
  • Jill Cottrell
  • Societal engagement, democratic transition, and constitutional implementation in Malawi
  • Matteo Nicolini, Martina Trettel
  • Public participation and the death penalty in South Africa's constitution-making process
  • Heinz Klug
  • A success story of participation? : LGBTI rights in South Africa
  • Veronica Federico
  • The cross-cutting issue of religion in the Tunisian participatory constitution-making process
  • Abrak Saati
  • Tania Abbiate
  • Does participation help to foster constitutionalism in Africa?
  • H. Kwasi Prempeh
  • Letting the constituent power decide? Merits and challenges of referenda in constitution making processes in Africa
  • Markus Böckenförde
  • Part II: Participation in constitution making processes
  • The flawed public participation in the Egyptian constitutional process
  • Mohamed Abdelaal
Control code
on1016984110
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 317 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351719650
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1016984110

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