Volume: Volume 3(1) - 1999
Article type: Editorial
This issue of Law, Democracy and Development introduces a number of exciting changes and developments: Its status has been elevated to that of official journal of the Faculty of Law at the University of the Western Cape. Its mission has been broadened to include international, continental and regional developments.
The aim is to create a Forum of discussion and debate for scholars, practitioners and policy-makers from across the African continent, thus contributing to the development of shared knowledge and cooperative effort. This extended mission, which has been made possible by the support provided by the Friedrich Ebert Stifftung, is reflected in our adapted language policy to include French as a working language.Click to view and download article