Recent LDRn member publications

Klaus D. Beiter, Extraterritorial human rights obligations to “civilize” intellectual property law: Access to textbooks in Africa, copyright, and the right to education, Journal of World Intellectual Property, Volume 23, Issue 3-4, July 2020, 232-266 (open access)
Luciano Bottini Filho, Covid-19 Through Brazilian Courts: The Deserving and the Undeserving Vulnerable, German Law Journal, 2021, 22(6), 1098-1114 (open access)
Cristiano d’Orsi, Grim Perspectives for the Protection of LGBTI Communities in South Sudan, International Law Blog, 9 December 2021 (open access)
Stéphanie de Moerloose & Ángeles Figueroa Alcorta, Nueva agenda de cooperación internacional al desarrollo, en Mariana Colotta et al (comp.), Manual de Relaciones Internacionales (Teseo Press, Buenos Aires 2021) (open access)
Carol Chi Ngang, Human Rights and Socio-economic Transformation in South Africa, Human Rights Review 22, 349–370 (2021).
Carol Chi Ngang, The Right to Development in Africa (Brill, Leiden, 2021) 
Carol Chi Ngang, Right to Development Governance in the Advent of the African Continental Free Trade Area, Journal of African Law, 65(2), 153-178 (2021).
Carol Chi Ngang & Serges Djoyou Kamga (eds), Natural Resource Sovereignty and the Right to Development in Africa (Routledge, 2022)
This regular feature on the website of the Law & Development Research Network (LDRn) primarily aims to highlight the recent publications of our members.
Other recent publications of interest to our readers, e.g. special journal issues or symposia on law & development, may also be included.
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