The recent UN climate report and the Urgenda appeal case reflect hopeful developments with regard to dealing with climate change. But there are alternative views, reaching beyond the emphasis on numbers and statistics, that deserve attention as well.
Based on a presentation given by the author at the Continental Conference on Access to Justice for Children in Africa in May 2018, this blog post explores how African countries have leveraged technology to enhance access to justice for children.
In the light of the horrific events of the Second World War, which were a direct consequence of Hitler’s power seizure in Germany, the eternity clause was formulated. One could question whether this is a just representation of democratic sovereignty.