by Chinedu Paul Ezenwa, The Value Of Human Dignity A Socio Cultural Approach To Value Crisis Among Igbo People Of Nigeria Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Value Of Human Dignity A Socio Cultural Approach To Value Crisis Among Igbo People Of Nigeria books, Where today is a specific, original and stable basis for a Political order to be found? What does the human dignity mean in the midst of the general crises of values? In the face of the ambivalent achievements of modernity and enlightenment, do the values of Christianity which until now have been regarded as the objective norm fail in its contact with the primal culture and the culture of the African communities? Where in this classes are the weakening and strengthening and specific challenges of this African People? This field of conflict must not only be described, but above all to ask about new opportunities to get out of the crisis of the value of human dignity in the Igbo society of Southeastern Nigeria. Ezenwas work seeks and aids understanding, using the facility of examining the subject of dignity in Igbo culture to throw light that casts much farther than the subject matter, begging for further inquiry into other complementary aspects of the culture. In other to achieve this, interdisciplinary research was needed.
by Taiye Selasi, Diese Dinge Geschehen Nicht Einfach So Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Diese Dinge Geschehen Nicht Einfach So books, Es war das Buch des Jahres 2013, am meisten und am besten besprochen. Eine wahre Entdeckung: Sechs Menschen, eine Familie, über Weltstädte und Kontinente zerstreut. In Afrika haben sie ihre Wurzeln und überall auf der Welt ihr Leben: London, Accra, New York. Bis plötzlich der Vater in Afrika stirbt. Nach vielen Jahren sehen sie sich wieder und machen eine überraschende Erfahrung. Endlich verstehen sie, dass die Dinge nicht einfach ohne Grund geschehen. So wurde noch kein Familienroman erzählt.Taiye Selasi ist die neue internationale Stimme - jenseits von Afrika.
by Mary Dorothy Ezeh, Human Trafficking And Prostitution Among Women And Girls Of Edo State Nigeria Possibility Of Rehabilitation Through Education And Prevention Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Human Trafficking And Prostitution Among Women And Girls Of Edo State Nigeria Possibility Of Rehabilitation Through Education And Prevention books, Even though this study was primarily on human traffi cking and prostitution among Edo women and girls of Edo state in Nigeria, human traffi cking, however, is a widespread, visible phenomenon in the world today. It is a global problem. A report from United Nations Offi ce on Drug and Crime in 2014 says that human traffi cking involves over three million people in the world, bringing their slaveholders an annual profi t of 32 billion dollars. According to the same report, there is no place in the world where children, women, and men are safe from human traffi cking. In the background, the stark reality of poverty, unemployment, social marginalization, political crises, wars, interethnic confl icts, and the militarization of entire territories has increased the massive displacements of the population, fuelling the illegal sex trade linked to them. Many youngsters who desire to improve their living conditions and those of their families fl eeing their homes often become prey to criminal organizations who take advantage of them, exploit them, and dehumanize them. Little do they know when they are leaving their homes to go to overseas, what is waiting for them is often something altogether diff erent, namely intimidation, blackmail, violence, nightmare, and slavery that strip them of all dignity and respect. To make matters worse, most of the victims and their families not only lose credibility but are also ostracized by their local communities when what happened comes to light. Th erefore, the victims of this painful chain are not only young girls and boys but also families. Unfortunately, some parents, especially mothers, have also been perpetrators of this deplorable crime. Th ey push their daughters into the arms of their torturers, lulled by the dream of a brighter future. To stop and to prevent the reoccurence of this criminal network of complicity, which has been more or less voluntary, conscious and unconscious, a joint commitment by all governments, organizations, local communities, and individuals is necessary. Everyone needs to remember and never forget that every human being, every person has been created and procreated in the image and likeness of God and is a subject of essential rights, which should never be violated but rather should be respected and upheld by everyone in every time and place.
by Stan Chu Ilo, The Church As Salt And Light Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Church As Salt And Light books, At once prophetic, pastoral, and personal, this book applies the symbols of 'salt' and 'light' as ecclesiological images for reimaging the African Church for today and tomorrow. The proposal of this book is to reconsider the path towards abundant life for God's people in the challenging context of African continent, and through the agency of African Christianity. The contributors stress the necessity of de-Westernizing African Christianity and ask these fundamental questions: What is the face of Jesus inAfrican Christianity? What is the face and identity of the Church in Africa? What positive imprint is Christianity leaving on the lives and societies of African Christians? Does the Christian message have the potential of positively affecting African civilization as it once did in Europe? What is the relevance and place of African Christianity as a significant voice in shaping both the future of Africa and that of world Christianity?
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by Wayne Morrison, Criminology Civilisation And The New World Order Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Criminology Civilisation And The New World Order books, In this self-reflective era, accounts of criminology's history as a state- and science-dependent discipline are in the ascendant. But how many address the torque of criminology towards colonialist thought and practice or the relation between criminology and genocide? These are two of the central themes in this study.
by Edited by Romola Adeola & Ademola Oluborode Jegede, Governance In Nigeria Post 1999 Revisiting The Democratic New Dawn Of The Fourth Republic Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Governance In Nigeria Post 1999 Revisiting The Democratic New Dawn Of The Fourth Republic books, At the start of Nigeria’s Fourth Republic on 29 May 1999, there was great optimism as to the emergence of a new democratic future representing a significant break from the political undulations of the past. Two decades and four presidential epochs later, there is a prevalent question as to how well Nigeria has fared in governance and human rights post-1999. This book revisits the democratic ‘new dawn’ of the Fourth Republic discussing pertinent matters integral to Nigeria’s democratic future post-2019.
by Williams, Gavin, State And Society In Nigeria Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download State And Society In Nigeria books, The first edition of State and Society in Nigeria, published in 1980, was and remains a dominant influence in teaching, research, policy and practice of state-society relations in Nigeria for more than a generation. The volume of essays has remained one of the most cited in the field – testimony to its enduring content and perspective as well as the beauty, accessibility and clarity of its language. This new edition revisits, extends and reconsiders aspects of the first edition in light of developments in the literature since 1980 and offers new insights and interpretations on issues of political economy, politics, and sociology such as the country’s Civil War (1967-1970) the political economy of oil, debt, and democratization and the complexities and ethnic identities and rivalries and religious accommodation and conflict, and of the multiple ways in which they intersect with one another.
by Emilia Onyema, Rethinking The Role Of African National Courts In Arbitration Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Rethinking The Role Of African National Courts In Arbitration books, With the increase in commercial transactions within the fifty-four independent African states and at the international level, it has become apparent that most of the legal framework for arbitration across the continent require reform. Accordingly, in recent years, as this first in-depth treatment of arbitration in Africa shows, jurisprudence from national courts of various African jurisdictions demonstrates that the courts are becoming more pro-arbitration and judges increasingly better understand that their role is to support or complement the arbitral process. This book documents the second SOAS Arbitration in Africa conference held in Lagos in June 2016. In thirteen lucid chapters, African practitioners and academics and European specialists in African legal and arbitral systems provide a remarkably thorough overview of the relation of courts and arbitration in the continent. Among the matters that arise for discussion are the: • disposition of courts in Africa towards arbitration, whether supportive or interventionist; • involvement of courts in the arbitral process before, during, and after an award has been rendered; • publication and access to arbitration-related decisions from African courts; • enforcement of annulled awards in African states under the New York Convention; • prospects for the establishment of a pan-African investment court; and • how foreign courts (particularly in the United States, France, and Switzerland) perceive African arbitration. Because of the wide range of developmental stages among Africa’s numerous court and legal systems, Part I of the book explores generic issues relevant to courts and arbitration, followed by detailed descriptions, including court decisions, of the situation in eight specific jurisdictions – Egypt, South Africa, Sudan, Mauritius, Nigeria, Ghana, Rwanda, and Kenya. The authors of these latter chapters are legal practitioners and academics from each of these countries. Throughout this book, policy recommendations for improving access to court decisions and laws in African states are brought to the fore. In its expertise-based advocacy for a mutually harmonious and supportive co-existence for arbitration and litigation in the context of the complexities and peculiarities of African states – and its confrontation of the predominantly negative perception that often leads to ‘arbitration flight’ from the continent – this book helps companies, investors, and their advisors to base their decisions on facts and not perceptions. It will be of great value to practising lawyers in arbitration as counsel or arbitrators, companies doing transnational business, global law firms, government officials, and academics in the field.