It is more than seventy years since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was
adopted yet the struggle to achieve full realisation of human rights remains a pressing reality.
One of the challenges hampering the enjoyment of human rights is the degree to which State
parties to key human rights instruments comply with recommendations issued by mechanisms
created to oversee the implementation of such instruments.
This contribution assesses how the domestic laws of the Kingdom of Eswatini align with
recommendations issued by three UN human rights monitoring mechanisms: namely the
Human Rights Council (UNHRC), the Human Rights Committee (HRC) and the Committee
on the Elimination of Violence Against Women (CEDAW Committee).
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