EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF NELSON MANDELA'S PRINCIPLES ON CRIMINAL LAW: A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS
Ключевые слова:Nelson Mandela, criminal law, justice, human rights, equality, legal frameworks, transformative justice, rule of law, incarceration, rehabilitation.
This scientific article delves into the profound influence of Nelson Mandela's principles on criminal law, examining how his enduring legacy has shaped legal frameworks globally. Mandela's commitment to justice, equality, and human rights serves as a compelling backdrop to assess the relevance of his ideals in the context of contemporary criminal law. Through an interdisciplinary approach, this paper scrutinizes specific instances where Mandela's principles have informed and molded the evolution of criminal justice systems. The article also discusses challenges and opportunities in applying Mandela's rules, shedding light on the potential for positive transformation within criminal law.
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