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Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

Oche's research covers two related themes. First, it covers the theoretical study of law from southern perspectives and the critical approaches of other disciplines, such as sociology, politics, history and philosophy. Influenced by this approach, the second strand of Oche's research covers the role of law in development, especially the relationship between human rights and development, community approaches to development, moral-philosophical approaches to poverty and development as well as the relationship between human rights and global justice from southern, critical and moral-philosophical perspectives.

Key Publications

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  • An African path to disability justice: community, relationships and obligations , Onazi, O. 7 Feb 2020
  • [Disability] Justice Dictated by the Surfeit of Love: Simone Weil in Nigeria, Onazi, O. 1 Mar 2017, In: Law and Critique
  • Human rights from community: a rights-based approach to development , Onazi, O. 15 Jun 2013
  • Resisting Apathy and Antipathy for Community in Human-Rights and Development Discourse: Locality, Human Interdependence and Participation, Onazi, O. 2021, Beyond Law and Development, London, Routledge
  • Towards an African path to disability justice, Onazi, O. 24 Aug 2021

Qualifications

  • PhD
  • LLB (Hons)
  • LLM

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