Number of items: 21.
The Convention on the Rights of the Child: A cultural legitimacy critique.
Groningen: Europa Law Publishing.
The African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child: A socio-legal perspective.
Pretoria, South Africa: Pretoria University Law Press.
Edited Books or Journal Volumes
Kaime, Thoko, ed.
Cultural Legitimacy and the International Law and Policy on Climate Change.
New York: Routledge.
(Routledge Research in International Environmental Law)
'Socio-legal approaches to children’s rights under the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child: A discussion of methodology.'
In: Atkin, Bill, (ed.),
The International Survey of Family Law 2009 Edition.
Bristol: Family Law, pp. 255-274.
'The protection of refugee children under the African human rights system: finding durable solutions in international law.'
In: Sloth-Nielsen, Julia, (ed.),
Children’s rights in Africa: A legal perspective.
London: Ashgate, pp. 183-197.
'Children’s right to health.'
In: Coetzee, E. and Streak, J., (eds.),
Monitoring child socio-economic rights in South Africa: Achievements and challenges.
Cape Town: Idasa, pp. 127-169.
'Cultural legitimacy and regulatory transitions for climate change: A discursive framework.'
Carbon & Climate Law Review, 3.
'’Vernacularising’ the Convention on the Right of the Child: Rights and culture as analytic tools.'
International Journal of Children’s Rights, 18 (4).
'The African Children’s Charter: Does it represent a relevant vision of childhood and children’s rights?'
Children's Legal Rights Journal, 29.
'The foundations of rights in the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child: A historical and philosophical account.'
African Journal of Legal Studies, 3.
'The struggle for context in the protection of children’s rights: Understanding the core concepts of the African Children’s Charter.'
Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, 58.
Chirwa, Danwood and Kaime, Thoko
'Where are the missing pieces? Constructing a mosaic of the CRC and the African Children’s Charter in Malawi’s law and policy.'
Malawi Law Journal, 2.
'The Convention on the Rights of the Child and the cultural legitimacy of children’s rights in Africa: Some reflections.'
African Human Rights Law Journal, 5 (2).
'Beyond social programs: The right to health under the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights.'
East African Journal of Peace & Human Rights, 10 (2).
'From lofty jargon to durable solutions: Unaccompanied refugee children and the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child.'
International Journal of Refugee Law, 16 (3).
'SADC and human rights: Fitting human rights into the trade matrix.'
African Security Review, 13 (1).
'Whose rights are they anyway?: A critical analysis of the international supervision mechanisms for economic, social and cultural rights.'
Zambia Law Journal, 36.
'Culture or children’s rights...or both?'
'Review of J Hatchard, M Ndulo and P Slinn, 'Comparative Constitutionalism and Good Governance in the Commonwealth: An Eastern and Southern African Perspective'.'
Journal of African Law, 50
'Review of C. Grant Bowman and A. Kuenyahia, 'Women and Law in sub-Saharan Africa'.'
Journal of African Law, 48
'Review of T. W. Bennett, 'Customary Law in South Africa'.'
Journal of African Law, 48