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Researchers (Archive): Mr Ademola Oluborode Jegede

Mr Ademola Oluborode Jegede
LLB (Ife), MPH (Ibadan), LLM (UP), BL
LLD Candidate & Tutor
Office: Room 2-3.2, Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria
Tel: +27 12 420 4306
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Research interests
Climate change and human rights interface, indigenous peoples’ land rights, negotiation, international crimes, human security, constitutionalism 

Projects

  • HIV Clinic
  • Children's Rights Clinic
  • Glossary of violations of international human rights law and international human rights law
  • African Human Rights Law Reports

Editorial positions

  • Student editor, African Human Rights Law Journal

Teaching

  • Academic Coordinator, Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Course

Academic publications

2014

  • (With Michelo  Hansungule) ‘The Impact of Climate Change on Indigenous Peoples’ Land Tenure and Use: The Case for a Regional Policy in Africa’ (2014) 21 International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 256-291
  • (With Lere Amusan) ‘Adaptation in an era of vanishing territory – the political economy of the impact of climate change versus total migration, status of statehood and refugees in Africa' (2014) 5(2) Environmental Economics  99-106

2013

  • ‘From military rule to constitutional government: The case of Nigeria’  in  M Mbondeyi & T Ojienda (eds) Constitutionalism and Democratic Governance in Africa: Contemporary Perspectives from Sub-Saharan Africa (2013) Pretoria University Law Press
  • ‘Not yet never again: An enquiry into external military intervention for human protection in Africa’ (2013) 2(1-2) Journal of African Union Studies
  • ‘Fair hearing: A case for the constitutionality of court ‘ordered’mediation in Nigeria’ in The Association of Multi-Door Courthouses of Nigeria (ed) A Compendium of Articles on Alternative Dispute Resolution(2013) Vol.1
  • ‘Trouble in paradise: Private prosecution of climate related laws in Nigeria’ in  International Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement (ed)  INECE Special  Report on  Effective Enforcement and Compliance  Strategies for  Climate Laws (Summer 2013)
  • ‘ADR and the High Court of Lagos State (Civil Procedure) Rules 2012:  ‘Auto-Referral’ to LMDC in context’in The Association of Multi-Door Courthouses of Nigeria (ed)A Compendium of Articles on Alternative Dispute Resolution(2013) Vol.1 
  • Highlighting Trend on ‘Referral to ADR’ by Rules of Court and Contract Clauses’ http://www.ngrguardiannews.com/law/113142-highlighting-trends-in-referral-to-adr-by-rules-of-court-and-contract-clauses

2012

  • ‘Beyond prospects: Strengthening the Panel of the Wise in the AU Peace and Security Architecture’ (2012) 1(1) Journal of African Union Studies

2009

  • ‘African Union Peace and Security Architecture: Can the panel of the wise make a difference?’ (2009) 9(2)  African Human Rights Law Journal
  • ‘Can the UNHRC secure human rights in Africa?’ (2009), Issue 444, PAMBAZUKA, Features

2008

  • ‘Women and scientific experiments - Is informed consent enough?’ (2008), Issue 375, PAMBAZUKA, Comment & Analysis
  • ‘Amnesties and the International Criminal Court’ (2008), Issue 396, PAMBAZUKA, Comment & Analysis
  • ‘Human rights crisis in Nigeria’ (2008), Issue 369, PAMBAZUKA, Comment & Analysis
  • ‘Sourcing Human Rights Issues for Global Agenda – Whose Agenda and how timely?’ (2008), Issue 348, PAMBAZUKA, Pan-African Postcard
  • ‘The African Union Peace and Security Architecture: Can the Panel of the Wise make a difference, LLM Dissertation, University of Pretoria

2007

  • ‘Assessment of the Knowledge, Opinion and Attitude of Household Heads to Reproductive Health Rights in Ibadan South West Local Government, Nigeria’, MPH Dissertation, University of Ibadan
  • ‘International Criminal Court: History, prospects and challenges’ (with Oluyemisi Bamgbose)  in Nigerian Coalition for the International Criminal Court (ed) International Criminal Court  (2007) NCIC

1996

  • ‘The role of law teachers and judges in the observance of fundamental human rights’  LLB Long Essay, Obafemi Awolowo University

Conferences attended

  • East Africa Workshop on ETOs and Access to Natural Resources, organized by ETO-Consortium, Secretariat, August 18-19, 2014, Kampala, Uganda
  • Consultation on the relation between human rights and climate change, Convened by the United Nations Independent Expert on Human Rights and the Environment, the Friedrich-Ebert Stiftung (FES) and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), 15-16 July 2014, Chemonix France & Geneva
  • Africa Regional Workshop organised by the UNFCCC for Designated National Authorities (DNAs) and National Focal Points (NFP), Project Developers and Representatives of Environmental NGOS, 30 June-1 July 2014, Windhoek Namibia
  • Africacarbonforum  ‘Promoting access to low –carbon development in Africa, jointly organised by UNFCC, UNEP, IETA, World Bank Group, 2-4 July 2014, Windhoek Namibia
  • Technical Workshop on Gender and REDD+ learning exchange, 13-15 May 2014, Washington DC, USA
  • Rights-Based REDD+ Dialogue II:  Realizing REDD+ Safeguards, 18-19 October 2013, Cape Town, South Africa
  • 26th PhD workshop on international climate change policy, 25-26 April, 2013, Paris, France
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