Labour Law in Malawi
Rachel Sophie Sikwese is a Judge of the High Court of Malawi, an adjunct lecturer at the University of Malawi and former chairperson of the Malawian Industrial Relations Court. Drawing heavily on labour law cas
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Rachel Sophie Sikwese is a Judge of the High Court of Malawi, an adjunct lecturer at the University of Malawi and former chairperson of the Malawian Industrial Relations Court. Drawing heavily on labour law cases from the courts of Malawi, this book provides a history of the development of labour law in Malawi from the colonial era to the present day, and an examination of the sources of Malawian labour law, domestic and international. The book also evaluates the institutions involved in the implementation, management and enforcement of labour law, and considers certain labour rights through a human rights lens €“ and in particular the issues of gender equality, HIV/AIDS, forced labour, human trafficking and child labour.