Research

In addition to its engagement with policy-makers at national and international level, ICLA is home to a number of ongoing research projects, often inspired by its engagements, or directly contributing to them. These research projects, some of which also form part of the research agenda of the Centre for Human Rights, are often aimed at lending an African perspective to questions of international law or standards, or at examining cross-cutting issues through a comparative lens.

African constitutions and constitutionalism in Africa


Pretoria UN treaty impact study

General Comment No.37 on the right of peaceful assembly

Impact of national commissions of inquiry in Africa

The Law on Police Use of Force

Freedom from Violence in Africa / SDG 16

Autonomous weapons

Doctoral Webinars