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Doctoral Programme (LLD)

If you are interested in undertaking doctoral studies at the Centre for Human Rights please contact a potential supervisor to discuss your suggested topic.  More information about the research of the academic staff of the Centre can be found under researchers. Current doctoral students and recent graduates are listed below with their topic and supervisor.

Information about supervisors in other departments and their fields of specialisation can be found in the Postgraduate Programmes brochure of the Faculty of Law which also sets out practical information about the programme and how to apply.

For administrative enquiries please contact:

Mr Klaas Ntuli
Admissions & Enquiries - Postgraduate Programmes: LLD, LLM Research and LLM Coursework 
Tel: +27 12 420 4927
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Supervisors & Field of Specialisation

  • Prof Charles Fombad
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    Field of specialisation: Comparative constitutional law; Media law
  • Prof Michelo Hansungule
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    Field of specialisation: African Union architecture and human rights; NEPAD/APRM and human rights; Indigenous peoples’ rights; Minorities and human rights in Africa; Development and human rights; Traditional African society and women’s rights
  • Prof Christof Heyns
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    Field of specialisation: International human rights, in particular in Africa; The comparative protection of human rights in African countries; The legal history of the struggle against apartheid in South Africa; Extrajudicial, summary and arbitrary executions; The right to life; The right to freedom of assembly
  • Dr Magnus Killander
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    Field of specialisation: International human rights law; The relationship between domestic law and international human rights law; International institutional law
  • Prof Frans Viljoen
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    Field of specialisation: International human rights law, particularly related to Africa ; Sexual minority rights in Africa; Implementation of international human rights treaties
  • Prof Erika de Wet
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    Field of specialisation: Public international law; International human rights; Comparative constitutional law

Current LLD/DPhil students

The following students are registered for the LLD at the Centre for Human Rights, under the supervision or co-supervision of staff members of the Centre:

Prof DD Bradlow

  • Ms OB Igbayiloye
    Business and human rights challenges: A case for legal framework in Nigeria
  • Ms B Keetharuth
    The UN ‘Protect Respect and Remedy’ framework and principals on business and human rights: Their potential role and application in the Extractive Industries in Africa
  • Mr J Loots
    Privatisation of public services: An analysis of the human rights implications of public-private partnerships in Africa
  • Ms N Mapefane
    The complex consequences arising from the privileges and immunities of international organisations
  • Mr MC Okoloise
    Accountability of oil companies for human rights violation in Nigeria’s Niger Delta region: Implementing pillar three of the ‘Ruggie principles’
  • Ms E Chitsove
    Combating corruption in international investment law: Prospects and challenges

Prof CM Fombad

  • Mr CA Chofor Che
    An analysis of decentralisation under the 1996 Constitution of Cameroon
  • Prof OE Nwebo
    The Role of the Pan African Parliament in promoting constitutionalism and democratic governance in Africa: Lessons from supranational parliaments
  • Mr C Andeleki
    The independence of judiciary: A case study on constitutional democracy in Zambia
  • Ms SE Vohito Ép. Anyanwu
    The constitutionalisation of the rights of political parties in Africa and its impact on constitutionalism: A comparative study of Central African Republic, Senegal and South Africa

Prof MK Hansungule

  • Mrs OO Adeniyi
    Legal protection of the girl child against child marriage in Nigeria
  • Mr JO Arowosegbe
    Allocation of legislative powers under the Nigerian constitution and its implications for Nigeria’s federalism
  • Mr C Mulenga
    A dichotomous relationship between foreign direct investment in Zambia’s mining sector and the quest for environmental and human rights protection
  • Mr HA Abdalla
    Enforcement of the right to development through reverse linkage projects among developing countries: The Islamic Development Bank experience
  • Ms MV Uppiah
    The realisation of the right to development through the exploitation of Exclusive Economic Zone: The case of Mauritius
  • Ms MN Ginamia
    The right to development in post conflict societies: Lessons from Northern Uganda
  • Mr EJE Eghosa
    The experiences of asylum-seekers in Pretoria: A human rights perspective
  • Mrs NR Lekgetho
    Immunity of sitting Heads of State in International Law – The case of South Africa
  • Mr LG Magawa
    Legal and policy obstacles toward realization of the right to communal ownership of land for indigenous minority groups in Tanzania: A case study of the Hadzabe Community
  • Mrs LM Vungo
    Promoting indigenous and minority peoples’ rights while upholding democracy
  • Ms P Mukumbiri
    A critical analysis of women’s right to peaceful existence and the right to participate in the promotion and maintenance of peace: A case study of Zimbabwe.
  • Mr MJ Malowa
    The judicial interpretation of indigenous law as an inferior legal system in post-apartheid cultural jurisprudence in South Africa

Prof UM Killander

  • Mr B Nkrumah
    Mobilising for the realisation of the right to food in South Africa
  • Mr E Okurut
    Preventing human rights violations by law enforcement during counterterrorism in Kenya and Uganda
  • Mr PP Imiera
    Developing a legal framework for state compensation to crime victims in Nigeria
  • Mr AC Ekeke
    The European Union’s rights-based approach to trade relations: The potential of extra-territorial human rights obligations in the realisation of right to development in sub-Saharan Africa
  • Mr PO Ogendi (co-supervisor: Dr A Waris)
    Pharmaceutical trade policies and access to medicines in Kenya
  • Ms RI Karugonjo-Segawa
    Participation in development: Right or privilege? A case study of Uganda
  • Mr AO Okeowo (co-supervisor: Dr E Griffin)
    Advancing accountability for mass atrocities through citizen media
  • Mr YC Nwagu
    Securing the right to participate in elections
  • Mr AE Etuvoata (co-supervisor: Prof S Ebobrah)
    The role of civil society in improving effectiveness of human right supervisory mechanism in Africa: A comparative of Western Europe
  • Mr EENM Kapapelo
    Counter-terrorism and human rights: Implications of 9/11 on the protection of human rights in the horn of Africa
  • Mr J Buabeng-Baidoo
    Making social protection floors a reality in Africa
  • Mr JDK Kariseb (co-supervisor: Dr A Budoo)
    The role and impact of special mechanisms on the realisation of women’s rights in Africa
  • Ms LU Ajemba
    Access to medicines for persons with psycho-social disabilities in Africa
  • Mr DM Ndambo (co-supervisor: Prof Erika de Wet)
    Human rights and state behaviour: A case study of Kenya

Prof CG Ngwena

  • Mr CG Sibande
    Enforcement of sexual and reproductive health rights in Malawi: An analysis of human rights framework for sex workers rights
  • Mr GC Odo
    Promoting gender justice in Nigeria through judicialisation of maternal mortality
  • Mr M Mulumba
    The value of meaningful community participation in establishing entitlements to health care in Uganda
  • Mr LM Mute
    Bridging liberalism and communalism: in search of an effective framework for political participation by persons with disabilities in Kenya
  • Ms S Nabaneh
    A critical analysis of the political determinants of sexual and reproductive health: Criminalization health impacts and game changers
  • Ms AI Ofuani
    Promoting the rights of persons with disabilities: The case of Nigeria
  • Mrs NC Umeh
    Realising access to inclusive education for the hearing-impaired learner in Nigerian primary schools
  • Mrs WA Holness
    Support for the parental rights and responsibilities of mothers with intellectual disabilities in two KwaZulu-Natal children’s courts.

Prof FJ Viljoen

  • Mr EY Ako
    Decriminalisation of same-sex acts in Africa: A case study of Ghana
  • Mr A Agada
    The compatibility of the Nigerian law on sexual minorities with the Nigerian Constitution and international law
  • Ms MW Kareithi
    A historical-legal analysis of woman-to-woman marriage in Kenya
  • Mr L Banda
    Towards non-discrimination on basis of sexual orientation and gender identity in Africa: The case of de-crimination in Zambia
  • Mr T Mamhare
    Towards the realisation of the rights of intersex persons: Establishing medical and legal protection of the rights of intersex persons in Africa
  • Mr VO Ayeni
    The impact of African Union human rights treaties in selected African states
  • Ms MW Kamunyu
    The gender responsiveness of the African Commission of Human and Peoples’ Rights
  • Mr MG Nyarko
    Realisation of socio-economic rights under Ghana’s constitutional framework: Prospects and challenges.
  • Mr G Ogwaro
    Human rights education and removing resistance to human rights: Finding the right approach and appeal for Africa
  • Mr AA Ashenafi
    Realising electoral rights in Africa: A refugee rights perspective
  • Ms HM Ekefre
    The implementation of African human rights decision by domestic state actors
  • Mr DNC Ikpo
    The scope of individual duty under the African human rights system towards sexual and gender minority rights
  • Ms CK Mutungi
    Constitutional law and constitutionalism in neo-liberal regional integration: The East African community
  • Mr A Jjuuko
    Using strategic litigation to create social transformation in situations of homophobia and active hostility
  • Mr T Chinyoka
    Human rights must be adaptable to different contexts to be effective

LLD students who graduated in 2014

  • Dinokopila, Bonolo:
    The Pan-Africa Parliament and its human rights mandate as an opportunity for effective human rights protection in Africa
     
  • Kabumba, Busingye:
    Soft law and the legitimation of international law

LLD students who graduated in 2013

  • Adjolohoun, Horace (co-supervisor: Dr Magnus Killander):
    Giving effect to the human rights jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the Economic Community of West African States: Compliance and Influence
     
  • Nsibirwa, Martin:
    The obligation of African states to realise women's rights to participate in politics and decision making in Africa
     
  • Ozoemena, Rita:
    The Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa: An instrument for advancing gender justice

LLD students who graduated in 2012

  • Abebe, Adem
    (supervisor: Prof Frans Viljoen; co-supervisor: Dr Magnus Killander)
    The role of human rights litigation in the realisation of human rights in Africa: The case of Ethiopia from a comparative African perspective
     
  • Acirokop, Prudence
    (supervisor: Dr Magnus Killander)
    Accountability for mass atrocities – The LRA conflict in Uganda
     
  • Soyeju, OO
    (supervisor: Prof Danny Bradlow)
    Creative financing for infrastructure projects in sub-Saharan Africa: Its implications for foreign investment inflow, economic growth and development

LLD students who graduated in 2011

  • Djoyou Kamga, Serges
    (supervisor: Prof Michelo Hansungule)
    Human rights in Africa: Prospects for the realisation of the right to development under the New Partnership for Africa’s Development
  • Lim, Hye-Young
    (supervisor: Prof Frans Viljoen)
    Legally recognising child-headed households through a rights-based approach: The case of South Africa
  • Murungu, Chacha
    (supervisor: Prof Michelo Hansungule)
    The head of state immunity from prosecution for international crimes: Law and practice in Africa
  • Rukare, Donald
    (supervisor: Prof Michelo Hansungule)
    The role of development assistance in the protection and promotion of human rights in Uganda

LLD students who graduated in 2010

  • Kaguongo, Waruguru
    (supervisor: Prof Danie Brand)
    The realisation of economic and social rights in Africa with special reference to national budgets
  • Mutangi, Tarisai
    (supervisor: Prof Frans Viljoen)
    A critical examination of compliance with judgments of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights: Prospects and challenges
  • Nkhata, Mwiza
    (supervisor: Prof Frans Viljoen)
    Constitutionalism and good governance in Africa: (Re) Discovering the relevance and viability of social trust-based governance in Malawi

LLD students who graduated in 2009

  • Killander, Magnus
    (supervisor: Prof Christof Heyns)
    The role of the African Peer Review Mechanism
  • Ally, Dane
    (supervisor: Prof Frans Viljoen)
    Constitutional exclusion under section 35(5) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996
  • Nassali, Maria
    (supervisor: Prof Frans Viljoen)
    NGOs, governance and human rights in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and South Africa: Conceptual and strategic questions
  • Ebobrah, Solomon
    (supervisor: Prof Frans Viljoen)
    Legitimacy and feasibility of human rights realisation through regional economic communities in Africa: The case of the Economic Community of West African States

If you are interested in undertaking doctoral studies at the Centre for Human Rights please contact a potential supervisor to discuss your suggested topic.  More information about the research of the academic staff of the Centre can be found under researchers. Current doctoral students and recent graduates are listed below with their topic and supervisor.

Information about supervisors in other departments and their fields of specialisation can be found in the Postgraduate Programmes brochure of the Faculty of Law which also sets out practical information about the programme and how to apply.

For administrative enquiries please contact Ms Jeanne-Kay Goodale, e-Mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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