The African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law (AYIHL) is an annual legal journal which aims to promote interest and research in International Humanitarian Law and Policy. The AYIHL provides an attractive and positive forum for publications on all aspects of International Humanitarian Law of relevance to Africa and African academics.
Through its encouragement of interest and research in the area, the publication contributes to the prevention of violations of international humanitarian law.
Editor in Chief: Mia Swart; Editor: Gerhard Kemp - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Coverage: Available as a print subscription (one issue per annum) and in online format incorporating issues from 2015 to current.
Accreditation(s): Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET)
Current issue: 2018, Number 1
- Draft Crimes Against Humanity Convention
- The Birth and Development of the Crimes Against Humanity Convention – Richard J Goldstone
- Domestic Guidance for International Criminal Justice: Lessons from South Africa – Max du Plessis
- Prosecuting the Crime Against Humanity of Apartheid: Never, Again – Christopher Gevers
- Revisiting the Notion of ‘Organised Armed Group’ in Accordance with Common Article 3: Exploring the Inherent Minimum Threshold Requirements – Martha M Bradley
- Torture ‘Lite’ in the War Against Boko Haram: Taming the Wild Zone of Power in Cameroon – Shannon Bosch
- An Analysis of the Principles on the Award of Reparations per Article 75(1) and (2) of the Rome Statute of the ICC – Avitus A Agbor
- Ensuring that State Parties to the Roman Statute Co-operate with ICC Requests to Arrest and Surrender Suspects: Reflecting on the Role of the Security Council through the Lens of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) – Suzgo Lungu and Ntombizozuko Dyani-Mhango
- Current Developments
- The United States of America v Jucontee Thomas Woewiyu: How Immigration Fraud in the US Unearthed Old War Crimes in Liberia – Yulia Nuzban