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n African Human Rights Law Journal - Editorial

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Abstract

With the publication of this issue of the , the second of 2010, we mark the end of the first ten years of the 's existence. In reaching this milestone, we look back with satisfaction and celebrate the fact that we have to a great extent achieved our two main objectives: to provide a forum for African voices often not commonly heard; and to stimulate discourse on human rights in Africa. As the present editors, we warmly thank everyone who has made it possible for the to reach this milestone: the international editorial advisory board, editorial assistants, subscribers, contributors, reviewers and readers. Three individuals must be singled out: Christof Heyns, now chairing the international editorial advisory board, and who was one of the driving forces behind the and part of the initial editorial team; Isabeau de Meyer, whose title of 'Publication manager' spectacularly fails to do justice to her dedication and incalculable contribution to ensure the high quality and regular and timely publication of the ; and Annelize Nienaber, now part of the editorial team, who has been responsible for implementing the 's approach of working with authors on the language editing of their contributions, where required.

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2010-01-01
2016-12-09
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