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Less has been shared about the realities of women practising the Islamic faith in the context of southern Africa Black T-Shirt Collection (Oberon Modern Plays). Thirdly, minority languages do not need a precise definition to be protected by human rights instruments. They are currently protected in the absence of a precise definition. [3] S May ‘Uncommon Languages: The Challenges and Possibilities of Minority Language Rights’ (2000) 21(5) Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 366. [4] D Nettle & S Romaine Vanishing Voices: The Extinction of the world’s languages (2000) 5; D Crystal Language Death (2000). [5] J Crace ‘Silence Falls’, Mail & Guardian of 22-28 November 2002 3. [6] M Krauss ‘The world’s languages in crisis’ (1992) Language 68, 4–10. [7] J Blommaert ‘Language policy and national identity’ in T Ricento (ed) An introduction to language policy: Theory and method (2006) 10. [8] N Dorian ‘Western language ideologies and small-language prospects’ in L Grenoble & L Whaley (eds) Endangered Languages: Language Loss and Community Response (1998) 3–21. [9] A Bamgbose Language and the nation: The language question in Sub Saharan Africa (1991). [10] S May (n 4 above) 369. [11] N wa Thiongo Decolonizing the mind, the politics of language in African literature (1986). [12] I Mumpande Silent Voices: Indigenous languages in Zimbabwe (2006) 1. [13] S Makoni & B Trudell ‘Complementary and conflicting discourses of linguistic diversity: Implications for Language Planning’ (2006) 22(2): 14-28 Per Linguam 21. [14] V Webb & Kembo-Sure (Eds) African voices (2000) 5. [16] S Makoni & B Trudell (n 14 above) 21. [17] F Grin & F Daftary F Nation Building, Ethnicity and Language Politics in Transition Countries (2003). [18] Malawi African Association and Others v Mauritania (2000) AHRLR 149 (ACHPR 2000) Para 136. [154] Articles 2 of the ACHPR, 3 of the ACRWC and 2 of the African Youth Charter. [155] Articles 3 and 19 of the ACHPR. [156] Articles 9 & 25 of the ACHPR, 7 of the ACRWC and 4 of the African Youth Charter. [157] Articles 17(2) and (3) and 22 of the ACHPR, 12(1) of the ACRWC and 10 and 20 of the African Youth Charter. [158] Articles 13 and 15 of the ACHPR. [159] Articles 17(1) of the ACHPR and 11 of the ACRWC. [160] Articles 18 of the ACHPR, 18(1) of the ACRWC and 8 of the African Youth Charter. [161] Article 6 of the ACRWC. [162] Article 17 of the ACRWC. [163] Articles 45(3) and (4) of the CMW and articles 23 and 28(1) of the ILO Conventions 107 and 169 respectively. [164] Article 5(1) of the UNESCO Convention against Discrimination in Education. [165] Articles 19 of the Universal Declaration, 19 of the CCPR, 13 of the CRC and 13 of the CMW. [166] Articles 2.1 of the Universal Declaration, 2, 24 and 26 of the CCPR, 2 CESCR and 1 & 7 of the CMW. [167] F de Varennes (n 44 above) 121. [169] Article 13 of the American Convention on Human Rights. [170] Articles 2 of the American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man, 1 & 8 of the American Convention on Human Rights and 3 of the Additional Protocol to the American Convention on Human Rights in the Area of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. [171] See the Universal Declaration of Linguistic Rights for a detailed discussion of these rights. [172] Article 5(1)(f) of the Declaration on the Human Rights of Individuals who are not Nationals of the Country in Which They Live. [173] Article 2 of the Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities & Article 19 of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action. [174] Article 14 of the Draft Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Mobilizing the Hordes. Radio Drama as Development Theatre in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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