Research Papers/Topics in Human Rights And Administration

The Legality Of Internet Shutdowns In Zimbabwe

ABSTRACTIn an ever-increasingly global age, the world has become dependent on the internetfor communication purposes and transacting, the internet has become a conduitthrough which people exercise realise their rights. The internet provides enhancedconnectivity of persons and offers a platform for free expression. The internet hasfurther become a conduit through which individuals can realise the right to freedom ofexpression. Autocratic governments that feel threatened by the difficulty of re...

Discrimination Against People With Disability Is A Violation Of The Inherent Dignity And Worth Of The Human Person: A Call To Intensify Investment In Quality Mental Health Care

ABSTRACT The general well-being of the human person is the totality of the effective operation of the human brain especially, and the physical health of the person. Without the brain functioning properly, the entire body may be deemed collapsed as nothing meaningful may proceed from such individuals. Dr Brock Chisholm, the first Director -General of the World Health Organization (WHO), who was a psychiatrist and Shepherded the notion that mental and physical health were intimately ...

Labour Management Relationship and Staff Performance at the New Times Corporation

ABSTRACT This research investigates the effect of the relationship between management and labour on the performance of staff at the New Times Corporation. The purpose of the study is to explore the existing relationship and how to enhance the relationship between management and labour. The data of the research was collected using a questionnaire which was distributed to 130 staff as sample size, in five major departments, out of a staff population of 200 as at August 2018. A number of ...

STUDY ON SPOUSAL CONFLICT AND HUMAN RIGHTS NEXUS: ABUSE AGAINST MEN IN TEMA COMMUNITY TWO AND ITS ENVIRONS

ABSTRACT The study set out to examine female spousal conflicts against men. The study revealed that female spousal violence was in existence in Tema Community Two and its environs. The common types of spousal violence were physical, verbal, sexual and psychological. The spousal violence were mainly caused by cheating on the part of men, children from other marriages, prevention of male dominance and alcohol abuse. In respect to the impact of these spousal violence, physical injuries, emo...

CHILD REFUGEE ISSUES IN AFRICA: AN EXAMINATION OF THE EFFECTS OF REFUGEE CRISIS ON AFRICAN CHILDREN, SPECIFICALLY CHILDREN FROM SOUTH SUDAN AND COTE D’IVOIRE.

ABSTRACTThe estimated population of forcibly displaced people worldwide as of 2017 was about 68.5 million. Out of this number, 25.4 million were refugees. By these figures, there was an increase in the number of refugees by 2.9 percent from the figures recorded for the immediately preceding year - 2016 figures. As at the end of 2018, 19.9 million refugees were under the mandate of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) whiles the other 5.4 million were under the mandate of Unit...