International Human Rights Protection in Situations of Conflict and Post-Conflict
A Case Study of Angola
This article considers the effectiveness of the Angolan government, UN and non-governmental attempts at protecting human rights in Angola from early 1998 to late 2004, during and in the immediate aftermath of the recent conflict. Angola has suffered from one of the longest-running conflicts in Africa.
© 2004 Institute for Security Studies (ISS)
Andrea Lari, Rob Kevlihan