#RightsMedia report: #Africa ‘s #humanrights court of #justice

African CourtThe African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights was established in Arusha, Tanzania by the African Union (AU) to protect human rights across the continent. In its almost 10 years of existence (began in 2004) it delivered a 2009 judgment against Senegal inadmissible, and most recently ruled in favour of Reverend Christopher Mtikila in his case against The United Republic of Tanzania (its host country).

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