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    [h=2]MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT CV[/h][TABLE="width: 100%"]
    [TR]
    [TH="bgcolor: initial, colspan: 3, align: left"]GENERAL[/TH]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Salutation[/TD]
    [TD]Honourable[/TD]
    [TD="width: 42%, align: center"]Member picture
    [​IMG][/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]First Name:[/TD]
    [TD]Frederick[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Middle Name:[/TD]
    [TD]Mwita[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Last Name:[/TD]
    [TD]Werema[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD="width: 20%"]Member Type:[/TD]
    [TD="width: 38%"]Attorney General[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Constituent:[/TD]
    [TD]Ex-officio Member[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Political Party:[/TD]
    [TD]CCM[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Office Location:[/TD]
    [TD]Dar Es Salaam[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Office Phone:[/TD]
    [TD]P.O. Box 9050, Dar Es Salaam[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Ext.:[/TD]
    [TD]-[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Office Fax:[/TD]
    [TD]-[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Office E-mail:[/TD]
    [TD]fwerema@parliament.go.tz[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Member Status:[/TD]
    [TD]Current Member[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Date of Birth[/TD]
    [TD]10 October 1955[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [/TABLE]
    [TABLE="width: 100%"]
    [TR]
    [TH="bgcolor: initial, colspan: 5, align: left"]EDUCATION[/TH]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TH="width: 35%, bgcolor: initial"]School Name/Location[/TH]
    [TH="width: 27%, bgcolor: initial"]Course/Degree/Award[/TH]
    [TH="width: 15%, bgcolor: initial, align: center"]Start Date[/TH]
    [TH="width: 13%, bgcolor: initial, align: center"]End Date[/TH]
    [TH="width: 10%, bgcolor: initial, align: center"]Level[/TH]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Wegero Primary School[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]Primary Education[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1964[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1968[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]PRIMARY[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Kiagata Middle School[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]Primary Education[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1969[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1969[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]PRIMARY[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Nyegina Middle School[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]Primary Education[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1969[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1971[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]PRIMARY[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Bwiru Boys Secondary School[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]O-Level Education[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1972[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1975[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]SECONDARY[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Songea Boys High School[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]A-Level Education[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1976[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1977[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]HIGH SCHOOL[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]University of Dar Es Salaam[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]LLB[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1981[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1984[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]GRADUATE[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]American University, Washington DC[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]LLM[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1992[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1993[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]MASTERS DEGREE[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]United Nations System Staff College[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]Human Rights Reporting Course[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1994[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1994[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]DIPLOMA[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]University of Sussex[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]Mining Law Course[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1996[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1996[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]CERTIFICATE[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Australia Police College[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]Leadership Course[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]2007[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]2007[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]CERTIFICATE[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [/TABLE]
    [TABLE="width: 100%"]
    [TR]
    [TH="bgcolor: initial, colspan: 4, align: left"]EMPLOYMENT HISTORY[/TH]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TH="bgcolor: initial"]Company Name[/TH]
    [TH="bgcolor: initial, align: center"]Position[/TH]
    [TH="bgcolor: initial, align: center"]From Date[/TH]
    [TH="bgcolor: initial, align: center"]To Date[/TH]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Government of Tanzania[/TD]
    [TD]Attorney General[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]2009[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"][/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]High Court of Tanzania[/TD]
    [TD]Judge[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]2007[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]2009[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Attorney General[/TD]
    [TD]Advocate/Director[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1984[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]2006[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Shaaban Robert Secondary School[/TD]
    [TD]Teacher[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1979[/TD]
    [TD="align: center"]1980[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [/TABLE]
    [TABLE="width: 100%"]
    [TR]
    [TH="bgcolor: initial, colspan: 2, align: left"]PUBLICATIONS[/TH]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TH="class: text_menu, bgcolor: initial"]Description[/TH]
    [TH="class: text_menu, bgcolor: initial"]Date[/TH]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Judge F. Werema: Economic Partnership Agreement, Ruaha University College. Tanzania[/TD]
    [TD]2008[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Judge F. Werema: Financial Instruments (Trusts) for Environment, American University Law Journal.[/TD]
    [TD]1993[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Judge F. Werema: Economic Partnership Agreement, Ruaha University College. Tanzania[/TD]
    [TD]2008[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Judge F. Werema: Financial Instruments (Trusts) for Environment, American University Law Journal.[/TD]
    [TD]1993[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Judge F. Werema: Economic Partnership Agreement, Ruaha University College. Tanzania[/TD]
    [TD]2008[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Judge F. Werema: Financial Instruments (Trusts) for Environment, American University Law Journal.[/TD]
    [TD]1993[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Judge F. Werema: Economic Partnership Agreement, Ruaha University College. Tanzania[/TD]
    [TD]2008[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [TR]
    [TD]Judge F. Werema: Financial Instruments (Trusts) for Environment, American University Law Journal.[/TD]
    [/TR]
    [/TABLE]
     
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    CURRICULUM VITAE

    I. PERSONAL HISTORY

    ​FULL NAME​Issa Gulamhussein Shivji

    ​DATE OF BIRTH​15th July, 1946

    ​PLACE OF BIRTH​Kilosa, Tanzania

    ​NATIONALITY​Tanzanian

    ​MARITAL STATUS​Married

    ​NUMBER OF CHILDREN​Two

    II. ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

    ​Ph. D.​1982​​University of Dar es Salaam

    ​LL.M.​1971​​University of London (LSE)

    ​LL.B.(Hons.)​1970​​University of East Africa

    III. PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

    ​Advocate, ​High Court & the
    Court of Appeal of Tanzania​ Sept.1977 to date

    ​Advocate, ​High Court of Zanzibar​ June 1989 to date

    IV. MEMBERSHIP OF AND POSITIONS HELD IN PROFESSIONAL ​BODIES

    ​Member,​Tanganyika Law Society​​ 1977 to date

    ​Member,​Tanganyika Law Society ​​ {1979 - 1980
    ​Governing Council​ {1983 - 1986
    ​ {1994 - 1995

    ​Member,​Tanganyika Law Society Standing
    Committee on Law​ 1983 - 1986

    ​Chairman,​Tanganyika Law Society Standing
    Committee on Law​ 1990 - 1991

    ​Member,​Tanganyika Law Society Legal
    Aid Committee​ 1986 - 1988

    ​Member,​Drafting Committee of the Constitution
    of the Law Association of Tanzania​ 1986

    ​Secretary,​Tanzania Professional Centre​ 1980 - 1981

    ​Chairman,​Committee on Private Legal Practice Reform,
    Law Reform Commission of Tanzania​ 1984 - 1986

    ​Hon. Legal} ​Tanzania Society (Publisher of
    Advisor, }​Tanzania Notes & and Records)​ 1985 - 1990

    ​Member, ​Tanzania Institute of Arbitrators​​ 1997 – 1998

    .
    POSTS HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM

    Mwalimu Julius Nyerere Professor in
    Pan-African Studies​​​​ 1 April, 2008 -

    Professor​ 1 July, 1986– 15 July 2006

    ​Associate Professor​ 1 July, 1982 – 30 June 1986

    ​Senior Lecturer​ 1 July, 1977 – 30 June 1982

    ​Lecturer​ 1 July 1974– 30 June 1977

    ​Assistant Lecturer​ 1 July1973 – 30 June 1974

    ​Tutorial Assistant​ 1 May1970 – 30 June 1973

    ​Other posts and duties:
    ​
    Associate}​​High Court Digest​ 1970 - 1971
    Editor }

    ​Chairman,​​Legal Aid Committee​ 1978 - 1986

    ​Member,​​Legal Aid Committee​ 1986 - 1987

    ​Coordinator,​​Undergraduate Studies in Law​ 1981 - 1985

    ​Director,​​Law Moots and Mock Trials​ 1981 - 1994

    ​Head,​​Department of Legal Theory​ {1985 - 1987
    ​ {1988 -1991

    Head,​​Department of Constitutional &
    Administrative Law​ 2003 - 2005

    Chairman,​​Graduate Studies Committee, Law​ {1986 - 1987
    ​ {1988 -1991

    Member,​​University Higher Degrees Committee {1986 - 1991
    ​ {1988 - 1991

    Member,​​University Senate​ {1981 - 1987
    ​ {1988 - 1991

    Member,​​University Council​ 1985 - 1987

    President,​​University Convocation​ 1985 - 1987

    Member,​​Executive Committee of the University of
    Dar es Salaam Academic Staff Assembly
    (UDASA)​​ 1983 - 1984

    Chief Editor,​​UDASA Newsletter​ 1983 – 1984

    Chief Editor,​​Eastern Africa Law Review​ {1972 - 1974
    ​ {1983 - 1984

    Editor,​​TAAMULI (Department of Political Science) 1984

    Editor,​​African Review (Department of Political Science) 1984

    Editor,​​IDS Maendeleo Series (Institute of
    Development Studies)​ 1984

    ​Member,​​Committee of Inquiry into the Detention
    of Students (SarungiCommittee)​ 1989

    ​Chairman,​​Drafting Committee: `Dar es Salaam
    Declaration on Academic Freedom & Social
    Responsibility of Academics (UDASA)​ 1990

    VI. NATIONAL APPOINTMENTS

    Chairman,​Board of Directors, Tanzania Breweries Ltd.​ 1986 – 1987

    Chairman,​Presidential Commission of Inquiry into Land Matters
    (Tanzania)​ 1991 - 1992

    Executive}​ Land Rights Research and Resources Institute
    Director }​(HAKIARDHI)​ 1996 - 2002

    Member,​Council of the Sokoine University of Agriculture, 1996 – 1999

    Founder,​Institute of Law and Policy​ 2000 – 2002

    President,​Media Council of Tanzania, 2006 to date

    Chairman, ​Board of Directors, Zanzibar Indian Ocean
    Research Institute​​ 2007 to date

    Member, ​ Board of Trustees, Tanzania Cultural Trust Fund​ 2007 to date

    Visiting }​Research on Poverty Alleviatio (REPOA),
    Professor }​Dar es Salaam​​ Oct.2006- Feb. 2008

    VIIA. INTERNATIONAL APPOINTMENTS

    Visiting Professor,​El Colegio De Mexico,​​ April-July, 1982

    Coordinator,​​National Working Group, CODESRIA,Tanzania 1983 - 1985

    Director,​International Third World Legal Studies
    Association (USA)​​1983- 1989

    Associate Editor,​Third World Book Review, London​​1984 -1988

    Visiting Professor,​Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe ​1987-1988

    Member,​​Scientific Committee, Africa Development,
    CODESRIA,Dakar​​1987 -1989

    Member,​​Editorial Advisory Board, Eastern Africa
    Social Science
    ​Research Review(Addis Ababa) 1987 - 1990
    Member,​​Editorial Advisory Board, International
    Journal of
    Sociology of Law(London)​ 1987 - 1991

    Chairman,​​Drafting Committee to draft the `Kampala
    Declaration on Intellectual Freedom'​​ 1990

    Member,​​Editorial Advisory Board, Social & Legal Studies:
    An International Journal(Sage)​ 1991 - 2006

    Distinguished ​}​University of Hong Kong​ 1992
    Visitor,​}

    Visiting Professor,​School of Law, University of Warwick,
    United Kingdom​ 1993-1995

    Director, ​Law and Development Programme, School of Law,
    University of Warwick, United Kingdom​ 1994-1995

    Honorary​ }​National Law School of India University, India​ 1994
    Visiting Professor, }

    Member,​UNDP Mission to Eritrea to assist the Eritrean Land
    Commission in National Capacity Building​ May 1994

    Editorial Adviser,​Development in Practice (Oxfam Journal)​ 1995 - 2000

    Director,​ Democratic Governance Institute,
    CODESRIA, Dakar, Senegal​ July- Sept., 1996

    Visiting Associate​Centre for African Studies
    ​University of Cape Town, South Africa​ Sept. 1997

    Chairman, ​CODESRIA Governance Reform Committee​ 2000-2002

    Member, ​Advisory Board to the Training Programme
    on Human Rights: Adilisha Project (Joint Project
    of fahamu with the University of Oxford)​ 2002

    Member, ​African Review of Books(CODESRIA)​ 2003

    Member, ​UN-HABITAT, Advisory Group of Experts on
    Decentralization​ 2003 - 2005

    Member, ​Executive Committee of CODESRIA.​ 2003 - 2005

    VIIB. CONSULTANCY & RESEARCH

    Consultant ​Oxfam, Uganda, Karamoja Project,​​​ May 1996


    Team Leader & }​​Zimbabwe National Land Policy Drafting
    International ​ }​​Team (under FAO; Sponsored by UNDP) ​1998- 1999
    Consultant }

    Consultant & }​UNDP Project on Village Democracy
    Team Leader } Initiative,​ 1999 - 2000

    Local Consultant, ​Inter-Party Committee of Zanzibar on
    Constitutional Reform
    [sponsored by UNDP]​​ 1999

    Trainer, ​Designed & Co-ordinated a short course for
    Parliamentary Draftspersonsfor the National
    Assembly, Tanzania​​ 2000

    Consultant, ​Local Government Reform Programme,
    Evaluation of Grassroots Leaders
    Training Programme,​​​ 2001

    Consultant, ​Local Government Reform Programme,
    Preparing Supplementary Training Material
    for Grassroots Leaders Training Programme, 2002

    Country Researcher,​'Common Pool Resources' under the Department
    of Geography, University of Cambridge​ 2001-2002

    Consultant/Researcher,​ILO/SLAREA Study,'Machinery for Settling
    Labour Disputes in Tanzania (Mainland)'​ 2002

    Consultant/Researcher,​Trade Union Congress of Tanzania (TUCTA)
    Study, ‘Review of Labour Laws in Tanzania' 2002

    Consultant​Local Government Reform Programme (LGRP)
    Review of Public Service Law 2002 & 2003

    Consultant/Main Author ​‘Kiongozi cha Utawala Bora Kijijini' Ministry
    of Regional Administration & Local Government
    (sponsored by UNDP)92pp.​2002- 2003

    Consultant/Team Leader​Local Government Reform Programme,
    Harmonisation of Laws to effect ‘Decentralisation
    by Devolution​​ 2003 - 2008

    Member, ​Joint Government-Donor Review Team,
    Review Local Government Reform​ 2004 & 2007

    VIIC WORK IN PROGRESS

    Book project under Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) on
    The Political Economy of Neoliberalism inTanzania Oct.2006 – Feb. 2008

    VIII. WORKING EXPERIENCE

    Teacher,​​Olympio Primary School, Dar es Salaam​ 1967

    Teacher,​​Kinondoni Secondary School, Dar es Salaam​ 1969


    Part-time Lecturer​Political Economy, Institute of Finance Management
    ​Dar es Salaam​​ 1973

    Advocacy,​​For and on behalf of the Legal Aid Committees,
    Tanganyika Law Society andFaculty of Law,
    University of Dar es Salaam​​ 1977 to date

    IX. PUBLICATIONS

    A. BOOKS

    1.​2008​Pan-Africanism or Pragmatism? Lessons of the Tanganyika
    ​Zanzibar Union (Dar es Salaam: Mkuki na Nyota)
    ​​​xx + 313pp

    2.​2007​Silences in NGO discourse:The role and future of NGOs in
    ​Africa (London: fahamu & Pambazooka)​xiii + 68pp

    3.​2006​Let the People Speak: Tanzania down the Road to Neo-
    ​Liberalism (Dakar: CODESRIA)​ x + 303pp

    4.​2005​[ed. & lead author], Constitutional and Legal System of
    ​Tanzania, A Civics Sourcebook (Dar es Salaam: Mkuki na
    ​Nyota, ​​ viii + 312pp

    5.​2003​(ed.) Constitutional Development in East Africa for Year 2000
    ​(Dar es Salaam: E & D)​​​ vi + 154pp
    ​editor's 1-10pp

    6.​1998​[with W. B. L. Kapimga] Maasai Rights in Ngorongoro,
    Tanzania (London: IIED; HAKIARDHI)​​ x + 114pp

    1999​[Also translated into Kiswahili]

    7​1998​Not Yet Democracy: Land Tenure Reform in Tanzania ​(London: IIED, Dar es Salaam: Faculty of Law &​​HAKIARDHI)​xii + 132pp

    8.​1993​Intellectuals at the Hill: Essays and Talks, 1968-1993, (Dar es ​Salaam: DUP)​ viii + 270pp

    9.​1991​(ed. & contributor) State and Constitutionalism: An African ​Debate on Democracy, (Harare: SAPES)​ vi + 287pp
    ​editor's : 27-54pp & 253-260pp

    10.​1990​State Coercion and Freedom in Tanzania (Lesotho: ​Institute of Southern African Studies)​ xii + 107

    11.​1990​Tanzania: The Legal Foundations of the Union (Dar es Salaam:​DUP)​ iv + 112pp

    12.​1989​The Concept of Human Rights in Africa, (Dakar: CODESRIA)​vii + 126pp

    ​[Also translated into Arabic]

    13.​1986​Law, State and the Working Class in Tanzania: c.1920-1964 ​(London: James Currey, Portsmouth: Heinemann, Dar es​Salaam: Tanzania Publishing House​ xix + 268pp

    14.​1986​(ed.& contributor) Limits of Legal Radicalism:Reflections on ​Teaching Law at the University of Dar es Salaam (Dar es​Salaam:Faculty of Law)​ 135pp
    ​editor's : 11-14pp & 117-135pp

    15.​1985​(ed.) The State and the Working People in Tanzania
    (Dakar:CODESRIA)​ 198pp
    ​editor's : 1-15pp

    16.​1976​Class Struggles in Tanzania (Dar es Salaam: Tanzania ​Publishing House, London: Heinemann, New York: Monthly​Review)​ ix + 182pp

    17.​1973​(ed.) Tourism and SocialistDevelopment (Dar es Salaam:​Tanzania Publishing House)​ xi + 97pp

    18.​1972​(ed.) The Silent Class Struggle (Dar es Salaam: Tanzania ​Publishing House)​ vi + 138pp
    ​editor's: 1-66pp

    ​Reprinted in Saul, J. & Cliffe, L.(eds.)Socialism in Tanzania ​(Nairobi: East African Publishing House)​ 304-330pp

    B. MONOGRAPHS

    19.​2006​Lawyers in Neoliberalism: Authority's Professional Supplicants
    ​or Society's Amateurish Conscience (Dar es Salaam: Faculty of
    ​Law, UDSM)​ 32pp

    20.​2003​Village Democracy Initiative Report. A Research Report for
    ​President's Office – Regional Administration and Local
    ​Government, UNDP Sponsorship, (with C.M. Peter)​ 94pp

    21.​2002​Village Governance and Common Pool Resources: A Research
    ​Report done under the auspices of the University of
    ​Cambridge, U.K.​ 100pp

    22.​1994​A Legal Quagmire: Tanzania's Regulation of Land Tenure​(Establishment of Villages) Act, 1992,​(London:IIED)​ 33pp

    23.​1988​Fight my Beloved Continent: New Democracy in Africa ​(Harare: SAPES)​ iv + 40pp

    24.​1984​(with Henry Mapolu) Vugu Vugu la Wafanyakazi Nchini​Tanzania [Working Class Struggles in Tanzania]​(Kampala: Urban Rural Mission)​ iii + 43pp

    C. CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

    25.​2006​"Developments in Judicial Review in Mainland Tanzania", in
    ​William Binchy & Catherine Finnegan eds. Human Rights,
    ​Constitutionalism and the Judiciary: Tanzanian and Irish
    ​Perspectives (Dublin: Clarus Press)​ 129-146pp
    26​2006​"Sovereignty and Statehood of Zanzibar in the Union: Critical
    ​Comments on S.M.Z v. Machano Khamis Ali & 17 Others" in
    ​C. M. Peter & H. Othman eds. Zanzibar and the Union​Question (Dar es Salaam: Zanzibar Legal Services Centre
    ​Publication Series, Book No. 4):​ 162-186pp

    27.​2005​"The Rise, the Fall and the Insurrection of Nationalism in​Africa", in Yieke, F. A. (ed.) East Africa: In Search of National​and Regional Renewal (Dakar: CODESRIA)​ 11-26pp

    28.​2004​"Law and Access to Justice: The Rhetoric and the Reality", in​Smokin Wanjala, ed. Law and Acess to Justice in East Africa,
    ​Nairobi: CLARION)​ 14-40pp
    29.​2003​"Who are the Poor and Whose Justice are they Accessing? The
    ​Dilemmas of a Legal Aid Actvist" in Othman, H & C. M. Peter,
    ​eds. Perspectives on :Legal Aid and Access to Justice in​Zanzibar (Zanzibar: Zanzibar Legal Services Centre), 5-16pp

    30. ​2003​"Three Generations of Constitutions and Constitution-making
    in Africa: An Overview and Assessment in Social and Economic Context" in M. S. Rosen ed. Constitutionalism in Transition: Africa and Eastern Europe, Warsaw: Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, ​ 74-92pp
    31.​2002​"Globalisation and Popular Resistance" in Semboja, J., Juma​Mwapachu and Eduard Jansen eds. Local Perspectives on​Globalisation: The African Case, Dar es Salaam: REPOA
    ​Mkuki na Nyota.​ 101-118pp
    ​
    32​2002​"Is Might a Right in International Human Rights? Notes on the
    ​Imperialist Assault on the Right of the Peoples to
    ISSA G SHIVJI CURRICULUM VITAE

    I. PERSONAL HISTORY

    ​FULL NAME​Issa Gulamhussein Shivji

    ​DATE OF BIRTH​15th July, 1946

    ​PLACE OF BIRTH​Kilosa, Tanzania

    ​NATIONALITY​Tanzanian

    ​MARITAL STATUS​Married

    ​NUMBER OF CHILDREN​Two

    II. ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

    ​Ph. D.​1982​​University of Dar es Salaam

    ​LL.M.​1971​​University of London (LSE)

    ​LL.B.(Hons.)​1970​​University of East Africa

    III. PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

    ​Advocate, ​High Court & the
    Court of Appeal of Tanzania​ Sept.1977 to date

    ​Advocate, ​High Court of Zanzibar​ June 1989 to date

    IV. MEMBERSHIP OF AND POSITIONS HELD IN PROFESSIONAL ​BODIES

    ​Member,​Tanganyika Law Society​​ 1977 to date

    ​Member,​Tanganyika Law Society ​​ {1979 - 1980
    ​Governing Council​ {1983 - 1986
    ​ {1994 - 1995

    ​Member,​Tanganyika Law Society Standing
    Committee on Law​ 1983 - 1986

    ​Chairman,​Tanganyika Law Society Standing
    Committee on Law​ 1990 - 1991

    ​Member,​Tanganyika Law Society Legal
    Aid Committee​ 1986 - 1988

    ​Member,​Drafting Committee of the Constitution
    of the Law Association of Tanzania​ 1986

    ​Secretary,​Tanzania Professional Centre​ 1980 - 1981

    ​Chairman,​Committee on Private Legal Practice Reform,
    Law Reform Commission of Tanzania​ 1984 - 1986

    ​Hon. Legal} ​Tanzania Society (Publisher of
    Advisor, }​Tanzania Notes & and Records)​ 1985 - 1990

    ​Member, ​Tanzania Institute of Arbitrators​​ 1997 – 1998

    .
    POSTS HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM

    Mwalimu Julius Nyerere Professor in
    Pan-African Studies​​​​ 1 April, 2008 -

    Professor​ 1 July, 1986– 15 July 2006

    ​Associate Professor​ 1 July, 1982 – 30 June 1986

    ​Senior Lecturer​ 1 July, 1977 – 30 June 1982

    ​Lecturer​ 1 July 1974– 30 June 1977

    ​Assistant Lecturer​ 1 July1973 – 30 June 1974

    ​Tutorial Assistant​ 1 May1970 – 30 June 1973

    ​Other posts and duties:
    ​
    Associate}​​High Court Digest​ 1970 - 1971
    Editor }

    ​Chairman,​​Legal Aid Committee​ 1978 - 1986

    ​Member,​​Legal Aid Committee​ 1986 - 1987

    ​Coordinator,​​Undergraduate Studies in Law​ 1981 - 1985

    ​Director,​​Law Moots and Mock Trials​ 1981 - 1994

    ​Head,​​Department of Legal Theory​ {1985 - 1987
    ​ {1988 -1991

    Head,​​Department of Constitutional &
    Administrative Law​ 2003 - 2005

    Chairman,​​Graduate Studies Committee, Law​ {1986 - 1987
    ​ {1988 -1991

    Member,​​University Higher Degrees Committee {1986 - 1991
    ​ {1988 - 1991

    Member,​​University Senate​ {1981 - 1987
    ​ {1988 - 1991

    Member,​​University Council​ 1985 - 1987

    President,​​University Convocation​ 1985 - 1987

    Member,​​Executive Committee of the University of
    Dar es Salaam Academic Staff Assembly
    (UDASA)​​ 1983 - 1984

    Chief Editor,​​UDASA Newsletter​ 1983 – 1984

    Chief Editor,​​Eastern Africa Law Review​ {1972 - 1974
    ​ {1983 - 1984

    Editor,​​TAAMULI (Department of Political Science) 1984

    Editor,​​African Review (Department of Political Science) 1984

    Editor,​​IDS Maendeleo Series (Institute of
    Development Studies)​ 1984

    ​Member,​​Committee of Inquiry into the Detention
    of Students (SarungiCommittee)​ 1989

    ​Chairman,​​Drafting Committee: `Dar es Salaam
    Declaration on Academic Freedom & Social
    Responsibility of Academics (UDASA)​ 1990

    VI. NATIONAL APPOINTMENTS

    Chairman,​Board of Directors, Tanzania Breweries Ltd.​ 1986 – 1987

    Chairman,​Presidential Commission of Inquiry into Land Matters
    (Tanzania)​ 1991 - 1992

    Executive}​ Land Rights Research and Resources Institute
    Director }​(HAKIARDHI)​ 1996 - 2002

    Member,​Council of the Sokoine University of Agriculture, 1996 – 1999

    Founder,​Institute of Law and Policy​ 2000 – 2002

    President,​Media Council of Tanzania, 2006 to date

    Chairman, ​Board of Directors, Zanzibar Indian Ocean
    Research Institute​​ 2007 to date

    Member, ​ Board of Trustees, Tanzania Cultural Trust Fund​ 2007 to date

    Visiting }​Research on Poverty Alleviatio (REPOA),
    Professor }​Dar es Salaam​​ Oct.2006- Feb. 2008

    VIIA. INTERNATIONAL APPOINTMENTS

    Visiting Professor,​El Colegio De Mexico,​​ April-July, 1982

    Coordinator,​​National Working Group, CODESRIA,Tanzania 1983 - 1985

    Director,​International Third World Legal Studies
    Association (USA)​​1983- 1989

    Associate Editor,​Third World Book Review, London​​1984 -1988

    Visiting Professor,​Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe ​1987-1988

    Member,​​Scientific Committee, Africa Development,
    CODESRIA,Dakar​​1987 -1989

    Member,​​Editorial Advisory Board, Eastern Africa
    Social Science
    ​Research Review(Addis Ababa) 1987 - 1990
    Member,​​Editorial Advisory Board, International
    Journal of
    Sociology of Law(London)​ 1987 - 1991

    Chairman,​​Drafting Committee to draft the `Kampala
    Declaration on Intellectual Freedom'​​ 1990

    Member,​​Editorial Advisory Board, Social & Legal Studies:
    An International Journal(Sage)​ 1991 - 2006

    Distinguished ​}​University of Hong Kong​ 1992
    Visitor,​}

    Visiting Professor,​School of Law, University of Warwick,
    United Kingdom​ 1993-1995

    Director, ​Law and Development Programme, School of Law,
    University of Warwick, United Kingdom​ 1994-1995

    Honorary​ }​National Law School of India University, India​ 1994
    Visiting Professor, }

    Member,​UNDP Mission to Eritrea to assist the Eritrean Land
    Commission in National Capacity Building​ May 1994

    Editorial Adviser,​Development in Practice (Oxfam Journal)​ 1995 - 2000

    Director,​ Democratic Governance Institute,
    CODESRIA, Dakar, Senegal​ July- Sept., 1996

    Visiting Associate​Centre for African Studies
    ​University of Cape Town, South Africa​ Sept. 1997

    Chairman, ​CODESRIA Governance Reform Committee​ 2000-2002

    Member, ​Advisory Board to the Training Programme
    on Human Rights: Adilisha Project (Joint Project
    of fahamu with the University of Oxford)​ 2002

    Member, ​African Review of Books(CODESRIA)​ 2003

    Member, ​UN-HABITAT, Advisory Group of Experts on
    Decentralization​ 2003 - 2005

    Member, ​Executive Committee of CODESRIA.​ 2003 - 2005

    VIIB. CONSULTANCY & RESEARCH

    Consultant ​Oxfam, Uganda, Karamoja Project,​​​ May 1996


    Team Leader & }​​Zimbabwe National Land Policy Drafting
    International ​ }​​Team (under FAO; Sponsored by UNDP) ​1998- 1999
    Consultant }

    Consultant & }​UNDP Project on Village Democracy
    Team Leader } Initiative,​ 1999 - 2000

    Local Consultant, ​Inter-Party Committee of Zanzibar on
    Constitutional Reform
    [sponsored by UNDP]​​ 1999

    Trainer, ​Designed & Co-ordinated a short course for
    Parliamentary Draftspersonsfor the National
    Assembly, Tanzania​​ 2000

    Consultant, ​Local Government Reform Programme,
    Evaluation of Grassroots Leaders
    Training Programme,​​​ 2001

    Consultant, ​Local Government Reform Programme,
    Preparing Supplementary Training Material
    for Grassroots Leaders Training Programme, 2002

    Country Researcher,​'Common Pool Resources' under the Department
    of Geography, University of Cambridge​ 2001-2002

    Consultant/Researcher,​ILO/SLAREA Study,'Machinery for Settling
    Labour Disputes in Tanzania (Mainland)'​ 2002

    Consultant/Researcher,​Trade Union Congress of Tanzania (TUCTA)
    Study, ‘Review of Labour Laws in Tanzania' 2002

    Consultant​Local Government Reform Programme (LGRP)
    Review of Public Service Law 2002 & 2003

    Consultant/Main Author ​‘Kiongozi cha Utawala Bora Kijijini' Ministry
    of Regional Administration & Local Government
    (sponsored by UNDP)92pp.​2002- 2003

    Consultant/Team Leader​Local Government Reform Programme,
    Harmonisation of Laws to effect ‘Decentralisation
    by Devolution​​ 2003 - 2008

    Member, ​Joint Government-Donor Review Team,
    Review Local Government Reform​ 2004 & 2007

    VIIC WORK IN PROGRESS

    Book project under Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) on
    The Political Economy of Neoliberalism inTanzania Oct.2006 – Feb. 2008

    VIII. WORKING EXPERIENCE

    Teacher,​​Olympio Primary School, Dar es Salaam​ 1967

    Teacher,​​Kinondoni Secondary School, Dar es Salaam​ 1969


    Part-time Lecturer​Political Economy, Institute of Finance Management
    ​Dar es Salaam​​ 1973

    Advocacy,​​For and on behalf of the Legal Aid Committees,
    Tanganyika Law Society andFaculty of Law,
    University of Dar es Salaam​​ 1977 to date

    IX. PUBLICATIONS

    A. BOOKS

    1.​2008​Pan-Africanism or Pragmatism? Lessons of the Tanganyika
    ​Zanzibar Union (Dar es Salaam: Mkuki na Nyota)
    ​​​xx + 313pp

    2.​2007​Silences in NGO discourse:The role and future of NGOs in
    ​Africa (London: fahamu & Pambazooka)​xiii + 68pp

    3.​2006​Let the People Speak: Tanzania down the Road to Neo-
    ​Liberalism (Dakar: CODESRIA)​ x + 303pp

    4.​2005​[ed. & lead author], Constitutional and Legal System of
    ​Tanzania, A Civics Sourcebook (Dar es Salaam: Mkuki na
    ​Nyota, ​​ viii + 312pp

    5.​2003​(ed.) Constitutional Development in East Africa for Year 2000
    ​(Dar es Salaam: E & D)​​​ vi + 154pp
    ​editor's 1-10pp

    6.​1998​[with W. B. L. Kapimga] Maasai Rights in Ngorongoro,
    Tanzania (London: IIED; HAKIARDHI)​​ x + 114pp

    1999​[Also translated into Kiswahili]

    7​1998​Not Yet Democracy: Land Tenure Reform in Tanzania ​(London: IIED, Dar es Salaam: Faculty of Law &​​HAKIARDHI)​xii + 132pp

    8.​1993​Intellectuals at the Hill: Essays and Talks, 1968-1993, (Dar es ​Salaam: DUP)​ viii + 270pp

    9.​1991​(ed. & contributor) State and Constitutionalism: An African ​Debate on Democracy, (Harare: SAPES)​ vi + 287pp
    ​editor's : 27-54pp & 253-260pp

    10.​1990​State Coercion and Freedom in Tanzania (Lesotho: ​Institute of Southern African Studies)​ xii + 107

    11.​1990​Tanzania: The Legal Foundations of the Union (Dar es Salaam:​DUP)​ iv + 112pp

    12.​1989​The Concept of Human Rights in Africa, (Dakar: CODESRIA)​vii + 126pp

    ​[Also translated into Arabic]

    13.​1986​Law, State and the Working Class in Tanzania: c.1920-1964 ​(London: James Currey, Portsmouth: Heinemann, Dar es​Salaam: Tanzania Publishing House​ xix + 268pp

    14.​1986​(ed.& contributor) Limits of Legal Radicalism:Reflections on ​Teaching Law at the University of Dar es Salaam (Dar es​Salaam:Faculty of Law)​ 135pp
    ​editor's : 11-14pp & 117-135pp

    15.​1985​(ed.) The State and the Working People in Tanzania
    (Dakar:CODESRIA)​ 198pp
    ​editor's : 1-15pp

    16.​1976​Class Struggles in Tanzania (Dar es Salaam: Tanzania ​Publishing House, London: Heinemann, New York: Monthly​Review)​ ix + 182pp

    17.​1973​(ed.) Tourism and SocialistDevelopment (Dar es Salaam:​Tanzania Publishing House)​ xi + 97pp

    18.​1972​(ed.) The Silent Class Struggle (Dar es Salaam: Tanzania ​Publishing House)​ vi + 138pp
    ​editor's: 1-66pp

    ​Reprinted in Saul, J. & Cliffe, L.(eds.)Socialism in Tanzania ​(Nairobi: East African Publishing House)​ 304-330pp

    B. MONOGRAPHS

    19.​2006​Lawyers in Neoliberalism: Authority's Professional Supplicants
    ​or Society's Amateurish Conscience (Dar es Salaam: Faculty of
    ​Law, UDSM)​ 32pp

    20.​2003​Village Democracy Initiative Report. A Research Report for
    ​President's Office – Regional Administration and Local
    ​Government, UNDP Sponsorship, (with C.M. Peter)​ 94pp

    21.​2002​Village Governance and Common Pool Resources: A Research
    ​Report done under the auspices of the University of
    ​Cambridge, U.K.​ 100pp

    22.​1994​A Legal Quagmire: Tanzania's Regulation of Land Tenure​(Establishment of Villages) Act, 1992,​(London:IIED)​ 33pp

    23.​1988​Fight my Beloved Continent: New Democracy in Africa ​(Harare: SAPES)​ iv + 40pp

    24.​1984​(with Henry Mapolu) Vugu Vugu la Wafanyakazi Nchini​Tanzania [Working Class Struggles in Tanzania]​(Kampala: Urban Rural Mission)​ iii + 43pp

    C. CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

    25.​2006​"Developments in Judicial Review in Mainland Tanzania", in
    ​William Binchy & Catherine Finnegan eds. Human Rights,
    ​Constitutionalism and the Judiciary: Tanzanian and Irish
    ​Perspectives (Dublin: Clarus Press)​ 129-146pp
    26​2006​"Sovereignty and Statehood of Zanzibar in the Union: Critical
    ​Comments on S.M.Z v. Machano Khamis Ali & 17 Others" in
    ​C. M. Peter & H. Othman eds. Zanzibar and the Union​Question (Dar es Salaam: Zanzibar Legal Services Centre
    ​Publication Series, Book No. 4):​ 162-186pp

    27.​2005​"The Rise, the Fall and the Insurrection of Nationalism in​Africa", in Yieke, F. A. (ed.) East Africa: In Search of National​and Regional Renewal (Dakar: CODESRIA)​ 11-26pp

    28.​2004​"Law and Access to Justice: The Rhetoric and the Reality", in​Smokin Wanjala, ed. Law and Acess to Justice in East Africa,
    ​Nairobi: CLARION)​ 14-40pp
    29.​2003​"Who are the Poor and Whose Justice are they Accessing? The
    ​Dilemmas of a Legal Aid Actvist" in Othman, H & C. M. Peter,
    ​eds. Perspectives on :Legal Aid and Access to Justice in​Zanzibar (Zanzibar: Zanzibar Legal Services Centre), 5-16pp

    30. ​2003​"Three Generations of Constitutions and Constitution-making
    in Africa: An Overview and Assessment in Social and Economic Context" in M. S. Rosen ed. Constitutionalism in Transition: Africa and Eastern Europe, Warsaw: Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, ​ 74-92pp
    31.​2002​"Globalisation and Popular Resistance" in Semboja, J., Juma​Mwapachu and Eduard Jansen eds. Local Perspectives on​Globalisation: The African Case, Dar es Salaam: REPOA
    ​Mkuki na Nyota.​ 101-118pp
    ​
    32​2002​"Is Might a Right in International Human Rights? Notes on the
    ​Imperialist Assault on the Right of the Peoples to
    ​Self-determination' in Mchome, S. ed.Taking Stock of Human​Rights Situation in Africa, Dar es Salaam: Faculty of Law:
    120-130pp

    33.​2000​"Contradictory Perspectives on Rights and Justice in the
    ​Context of Land Tenure Reform in Tanzania" in Mahmood​Mamdani (ed.) Beyond Rights Talk and Culture Talk​(Claremont, South Africa: David Philip) 37-60pp

    34.​2000​"Globalization and Resistance" in Julio Faundez, Mary Footer
    ​Joseph Norton (eds.) Governance, Development and​Globalization (London: Blackstone) 135-150pp

    35.​2000​"Critical Elements of a New Democratic Consensus in Africa"
    Haroub Othman (ed.) Reflections on Leadership in Africa: Essays in Honour of Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere,​(Belgium: VUB University Press), 25-38pp

    36.​1999​"Human Rights and Development: A Fragmented Discourse" in
    C. M. Peter & I. H. Juma (eds.)Fundamental Rights and Freedoms in Tanzania, (Dar es Salaam: Mkuki na Nyota), 9-24pp

    37.​1999​"The Congo Crisis: A Replay of the Middle East?" in Ibbo
    Ibbo Mandaza (ed.) Reflections on the Crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo, (Harare: SAPES TRUST), 65-72pp
    38.​1998​"Problems of Constitution-making as consensus-building: The
    ​Tanzanian Experience", in Owen Sichone (ed.) The State and​Constitutionalism, (Harare: SAPES TRUST), 23-50pp

    39.​1994​"Electoral Politics, Liberalization and Democracy" in Othman, ​H. & Mukandala, R. (eds.) Liberalization and Politics:The​1990 Election in Tanzania (Dar es Salaam: DUP)​ 12-35pp
    40.​1994​"The Jurisprudence of the Dar es Salaam Declaration on ​Academic Freedom" in Diouf, M. & Mahmood Mamdani (eds.)​Academic Freedom in Africa (Dakar: CODESRIA)​ 300-307pp
    41.​1993​"Rights-struggle, Class struggle and the Law: Reflections on
    ​Experiences at the University of Dar es Salaam" in Adelman, S. ​& Paliwala, A. (eds.) Law, Underdevelopment and Crisis​(London: Hans Zell)​ 127-148pp
    42.​1992​The Changing State: From an Extra-legal to an Intra-legal State ​in Tanzania in Fimbo, G. M. & S. E. A. Mvungi (eds.)​Constitutional Reforms for Democratisation in Tanzania
    ​(Dar es Salaam: Faculty of Law)​​ 1-14pp

    43.​1991​"The Right of Peoples to Self-determination: An African
    ​Perspective" in W. Twining (ed.) Issues of Self-determination
    ​(Aberdeen Uni. Press) [Based on the author's The Concept of ​Human Rights in Africa]

    44.​1990​"Tanzania: The Debate on De-linking" in A. Mahjoub (ed.) ​Adjustment or De-linking? (London: Zed/UNU)​ 49-68pp

    45.​1989​"Equality, Rights and Authoritarianism in Africa", in​MacCormick & Bankowski (eds.)Enlightenment, Rights and ​Revolution(Aberdeen University Press)​ 271-286pp

    46.​1989​"The Structure of Social Conflicts in Africa", in Nyongo,P.A. ​(ed.) La Politica Africana Y La Crisis del Desarrallo (Mexico:​El Colegio de Mexico)​ 79-82pp

    47.​1989​"The World Bank Report and Agricultural Development in ​Africa",​ ibid. 265-274pp

    48.​1989​"The O.A.U.: Some Reflections",​.​ ibid. 247-252pp

    49.​1989​"Background and Evaluation of the Current Economic
    Demands of African Countries", ibid. 117-133pp

    50.​1989​"Some Aspects of Class Struggle in South Africa", ibid.
    ​ ibid. 103-114pp

    51.​1989​"Uganda: Social Conflicts leading to Amin's Rule",
    ​ ibid. 89-102pp

    52.​1989​"Ethiopia: Social Conflicts leading to the 1974 Revolution"​​ ibid. 83-88pp


    53.​1983​"The Exploitation of Small Peasant", in Das, A et al. (eds.) The ​Worker and the Working Class (Delhi: PECCE)​ 97-101pp

    54.​1981​"Semi-proletarian Labour and the Use of Penal Sanctions in ​Labour Legislation of Tanzania, 1920-1938", in
    Sumner, C.(ed.) Crime, Justice and Underdevelopment (London: Heinemann)​ 40-60pp

    ​1979​"Proletarian Struggles" in H. Goulbourne (ed.) Politics and
    ​the Third World (London: Macmillan) [An extract from Class ​Struggles in Tanzania]

    ​1977​"The Mixed Sector and Imperialist Control in Tanzania," in ​Gutkind, P.W.C. & Waterman,P.(eds.) African Social
    Studies (London: Heinemann)[An extract from Tanzania: The Silent Class Struggle]

    ​1977​"Tanzania: De Klassenstridj Gaat Door", [Dutch translation
    ​of Tanzania: The Class Struggle Continues] in Shivji, I. et al.​Socialisme en Klassenstridj in Tanzania (Wageningen) - 145pp

    .
    ARTICLES

    55.​2004​"Democratic Village Governance: A Contested Terrain", in
    ​Yahya-Othman, et. al (eds.) Why is Tanzania Still Poor 40
    ​Years after Independence?, Proceedings of the 6th UDSM
    ​Convocation Symposium, 2003 (Dar es Salaam: UDSM
    ​Convocation)​ 75-88pp.

    56.​2004​"Reflections on NGOs in Tanzania: what we are, what we are
    not, and what we ought to be",Development in Practice,
    vol.14,5: (August 2004)​ 689-695pp

    57.​2003​Democratic Governance: A Contested Terrain', in Yahya
    Othman, Saida et. al, eds. 2003, Why Tanzania Still Poor 40
    Years after Independence?, Proceedings of the 6th UDSM
    Convocation Symposium, 2003​75-88pp

    58.​2001​'The Life and Time of Babu: The Age of Revolution and
    Liberation' in Law, Social Justice and Global Development (LGD) 2001(2)

    59.​2000​"Law and Access to Justice", The Constitution: A Journal of
    Constitutional Development, vol.1, No.1.

    60.​1999​"The Land Acts 1999: A Cause for Celebration or a Celebration
    ​of a Cause?", UDSM Nyerere Law Journal, vol. 1, No.9.

    61​1996​"Constructing a New Rights Regime: Promises, Problems and​Prospects", UTAFITI [New series],​vol.3, no.1​ 1-46pp
    ​Also republished in Social and Legal Studies, 8(2) ​ 253-276pp

    62.​1995​"The Rule of Law and Ujamaa in the Ideological Formation of​Tanzania" Social & Legal Studies (An International Journal), ​vol.4, No.2​ 147-174pp

    63.​1992​‘Judgement of the Panel of Deans in Sakal v. Govt. of Caprivia'​[Southern African Moot Court on Human Rights], Lesotho Law ​Journal, vol 8, No. 1,​ 1-16pp.

    64.​1991​"Minimum Legal Conditions for a Popular Debate on ​Democracy in Tanzania" Eastern Africa Law
    ​Review, vol.17, no.2​134-182pp
    65.​1991​"The Jurisprudence of the Dar es Salaam Declaration on ​Academic Freedom" Journal of African Law, vol.35,​ nos.1&2:128-141pp

    66.​1991​"Contradictory Developments in the Teaching and Practice of ​Human Rights in Tanzania" Journal of African Law, vol.35,​nos.1&2​ 114-127pp

    67.​1991​"The Democracy Debate in Africa:Tanzania" Review of African
    ​Political Economy, vol.50​ 79-91pp

    68.​1991​"The Politics of the Left in Africa" Third World in​Perspective,(Chicago) vol.1, no.1​ 183-91pp


    69.​1990​"State and Constitutionalism in Africa: A New Democratic
    ​Perspective", International Journal of the Sociology of Law,​vol.18,​ 381-408pp

    70.​​1990​"The Politics of Liberalization in Tanzania: Notes on the Crisis ​of Ideological Hegemony" TAAMULI vol.1, no.1-2, 138-152pp

    ​Reprinted in Campbell & Stein (eds.)The IMF and Tanzania ​(Harare: SAPES, 1991 & Westview 1992)​ 67-85pp

    71.​​1990​"Re-awakening of Politics in Africa" Maji Maji, no.47​(May,1990)​ 59-76pp

    72.​​1988​"Reflections on Intellectuals in Africa", SAPEM. no.5, Feb. ​1988

    73.​​1987​"The Roots of Agrarian Crisis in Tanzania- A Theoretical​Perspective" Eastern African Social Science Research Review, ​vol.III, no.1,​ 111-134pp

    ​Reprinted in Forster, P. & Maghimbi, S. (eds.) The Tanzanian
    ​Peasantry: Economy in Crisis(Avebury: 1992)​ 124-150pp

    74.​​1987​"Rights Struggle and the Bill of Rights in Tanzania" Zimbabwe ​LawReview, vol.5,​ 128-141pp

    75​.​1986​"Marxism and Socialism in Africa:Some Reflections",
    Socialism in the World, no. , (Beograd) ,​Reprinted in SAPEM, no.3 [Harare]

    76.​​1985​"Labour Law and Conditions of Child Labour in Tanzania: ​1920-1940", International Journal of Sociology of Law, no.13, ​(London: Academic Press)​ 221-235pp


    77.​​1985​"Law in Independent Africa: Some Reflections on the Role of ​Legal Ideology", Ohio State Law Journal, 46, 3, (Columbus)​ 689-696pp

    78.​​1984​"Voluntary Legal Aid in Tanzania:Retrospect and Prospect",​Tanzania Notes and Records, nos.90/91 (Dar es Salaam: ​Tanzania Society)​ 9-33pp

    79.​​1984​"The Reorganisation of the State and the Working People in​Tanzania", Socialism in the World, no. 45, (Beograd)
    ​ 156-178pp

    80.​​1983​"Seven Theses on Reform and Revolution", Journal of African
    ​Marxists, no.4, (London)

    81.​​1983​"Working Class Struggles and Organisation in Tanzania:1939-​1975",Mawazo, V, 2, (Kampala: Makerere University) 3-24pp

    82.​​1983​"The State of the Constitution and the Constitution of the State ​in Tanzania", Eastern Africa Law Review, XI - XIV,op.cit.
    ​ 1-34pp

    83.​​1980​"Rodney and Radicalism on the Hill", Majimaji, no.43, op.cit.

    84.​​1980​"The State in the Dominated Social Formations of Africa",​International Social Science Journal, XXXII, 4, (Paris:​UNESCO)​730-742pp

    85.​​1975​"Aina za Ziada na Unyonywaji wa Wafanyakazi na​Wakulima", [Forms of Surplus and the Exploitation of Workers ​and Peasants] Majimaji, no. , (Dar es Salaam: TANU Youth ​League)

    86.​​1973​"Capitalism Unlimited: Public Corporations in Partnership with
    ​Multinational Corporations",African Review, III, 3, (Dar es ​Salaam: Political Science)​ 359-381pp

    87. ​1972​"From the Analysis of Forms to the Exposition of
    Substance:the Tasks of the Lawyer-Intellectual", Eastern Africa Law Review, Vol., 1&2,​​ 1-8pp

    88.​​1970​"Insurance and Development",Eastern Africa Law Review, III, ​2, (Dar es Salaam: Faculty of Law)​ 143-173pp

    89.​​1969​"The Educated Barbarians",Cheche, no. 1 (Dar es Salaam:
    ​TANU Youth League)​​ 1-12pp

    E. OTHER PAPERS/REPORTS/WRITINGS
    1.​2006​"The Silences in the NGO Discourse: The Role and Future of
    ​NGOs in Africa," Occasional Paper No. 1 (Dar es Salaam:
    ​HAKIARDHI.)

    2.​2005​"Pan-Africanism or Imperialism:Unity and Struggle towards a
    ​New Democratic Africa", 2nd Billy Dudley Memorial Lecture,
    ​Nigerian Political Science Association.



    3. ​2005​"The Development Discourse in Africa since Independence"
    ​Occasional Paper Series, Fall 2005, Institute of African
    ​Development, Cornell University, USA.

    4.​2005​‘Whither University?' in Third World Resurgence, Issue
    ​No. 176, April 2005 (Penang, Malysia: Third World Network)
    ​
    5.​2003​‘Constitutional Limits on Parliamentary Powers' in The
    Tanzania Lawyer, (Tanganyika Law Society) October 2003,
    6.​2003​‘Good Governance, Bad Governance and the Quest for
    Democracy in Africa: An Alternative Perspective,' Keynote
    Plenary Lecture to Nordic Africa Days, Uppsala, 3-5 October, 2003,

    7.​2003​'Law's Empire and the Empire's Lawslessness', Royal African
    ​Society Lecture, United Kingdom. Also in the proceedings of
    ​the World Tribunal in Iraq, 2005, Istanbul, Turkey.

    8. ​2001​'Rule of Law and the Status Quo: A Tribute to Retired Chief
    Justice Francis Nyalali' in The Tanzanian Lawyer, April-Sept. 2001.

    9.​1998​The Congo Crisis: a replay of the Middle-East? In Assocation
    ​of Concerned Africa Scholars, Special Bulletin, October 1998
    ​No. 53/54.

    10.​1998​Personal Weekly Column Palaver inThe African since
    beginning 1998. Citizen 2004-2005, 2007.

    11.​1997​Guest Editor of Special Issue ofChange ( Magazine of ​Business, Politics & Economics) on The Land Question,​Democratising Land Tenure in Tanzania, vol.5, First Quarter

    12.​‘Grounding the Debate on Land: The National Land Policy and ​its Implications', ibid.​

    13.​‘Land: The Terrain of Democratic Struggles' ibid.
    ​
    14.​‘(with W. B. L. Kapinga) Implications of the Draft Bill for the ​Land Act'ibid.​

    15.​‘Reflections on the Woman Question and Land: Some Debating ​Points'ibid.​

    16.​1996​‘Problems of Constitution-making and Consensus-building:
    ​The Tanzanian Experience', paper presented to the Harare
    ​Conference on State & Constitutionalism, April 1996.

    17.​1996​‘Utungaji wa Katiba na Muafaka wa Kisiasa Nchini Tanzania'
    ​paper presented to the Parliamentary Committee on Legal & ​Constitutional Affairs, May 1996

    18.​1996​‘Ujenzi wa Uchumi wa Kitaifa Nchini Tanzania' paper to the
    State of Politics Conference, D'Salaam 6-7 June, 1996.

    19.​1996​‘Some Thoughts on Organising a Development Dialogue',
    short paper for Nyerere Foundation, October, 1996.

    20.​1996​‘Mijadala Kuhusu Misingi ya Mfumo wa Umulikaji Ardhi ​Vijijini', paper to Karatu (village) Workshop, Nov. 1996.

    21.​1994​‘Human Rights and Development: A Fragmented Discourse,'
    paper presented to the Human Rights Seminar at Dar es
    Salaam, January 1994.

    22.​1993​Personal Column `X-examining Mageuzi' in the fortnightly ​Family Mirror

    23.​1993​National Autonomous Development in the Thought of Edward
    Moringe Sokoine , Second Sokoine Memorial Lecture Change, Nov./Dec., 1993

    24.​1992​Land Policy & Land Tenure, Report of the Presidential
    Commission of Inquiry into Land Matters [with the assistance
    of the commissioners]

    25.​1992​Personal Column `Shivji on Nyalali Report' in the
    fortnightly Family Mirror, June to December, 1992
    [on constitutional reforms]

    26.​1992​"Fiasco at Law: Comments on Bills for the Eighth ​Constitutional Amendment, 1992 and the Political Parties Act,​1992", paper presented to the Tanganyika Law Society Seminar ​on: `Democracy & the Rule of Law during & after Mageuzi',​22&23 April, 1992.

    27​1991​"Towards New Democratic Politics" in
    ​UDASA NEWSLETTER/FORUM, no.12,​ Jan.1991

    28.​1990​"Pre-conditions for a Popular Debate on Democracy in ​Tanzania", paper read at Tang. Law Society Seminar, 1990.

    29.​1990​"POs and the NGOs: Reflections on the Place of the Working ​People in the Debate on Democracy" Paper presented to​International Seminar on Democracy, Arusha , August, 1990.

    30.​1990​(with the drafting committee) Dar es Salaam Declaration on ​Academic Freedom and Social Responsibility of Academics

    31.​1989​"Professional Standard, Professional Ethics, Professional​Conscience",​UDASA FORUM/NEWSLETTER, No.9,​Oct.1989.
    ​
    32.​1989​"The Pitfalls of the Debate on Democracy" in CODESRIA​BULLETIN no.2/3, 1989.
    ​Reprinted in IFDA DOSSIER, 79​ (Oct/.Dec. 1990)

    33.​1987​"Compensation for Injury under the Workmen's Compensation ​Ordinance:Fact or Fiction?", Paper presented to the Faculty of​Law Social Security Seminar,​April 1987.

    34​1986​"The Intellectual in the Crisis and the Crisis of the Intellectual",
    ​UDASA FORUM/NEWSLETTER, no.6, April.

    35.​1986​"The Kilombero Killings: Glimpses from Labour History", ​Africa Events, September, 1986, op.cit.

    36.​1986​"Notes on the Status of Legal Rights in Tanzania: A Juris-
    ​prudential Treatment", Paper presented to the Faculty of Law ​Silver Jubilee Seminar on the Bill of Rights in Oct. 1986

    37.​1985​"Ujamaa in Court", (with Dr.Tenga)Africa Events,
    ​December, 1985

    38.​1984​Report to the Chairman, Permanent Labour Tribunal on
    possible changes in the PLT Act.

    39.​1982​"On Security of Tenure of Academic Staff", a Report for
    ​UDASA.

    40.​1981​"Working Paper on `Freedom, Democracy and Apathy at the
    ​University'", for UDASA Panel Discussion.
    XI. AWARDS​1984​Fullbright Scholar, University of California, Berkeley, USA​1986​Faculty of Law (University of Dar es Salaam) Silver Jubilee ​Awards for:​1. "First Tanzanian Professor of Law"
    ​2. "Most Prolific Tanzanian Academician".
    1991​Recipient of Reflections Program Fellowship from
    Rockefeller/CODESRIA.​1997​LL.D. (Honoris Causa) from the University of East London,
    ​United Kingdom.
    2002
    Faculty of Law, 40th Anniversary, University of Dar es Salaam Award:​

    1.
    "Scholar of the Millenium (Law)".​
    2.
    "Long Service Award"

    2003
    Recipient of Senior Scholar Research Grant from OSSREA

    2008
    Tanganyika Law Society Award:​

    In Recognition of Distinguished Contribution to the Legal Profession
    ​
    ​2008​CODESRIA Distinguished Lecturer for 2008
    Issa G. Shivji
    April 2008
     
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    Sijui kwanini Watawala wa Tanzania hawana utamaduni wa kuwaheshimu na kuwapa haki zinazostahili wasomi waliobobea. Nadhani hali hii inachangia sana katika laana za nchi ya Tanzania hata haiendelei imebakia ujinga tu. Hata enzi ya Mkapa walimtusi sana Prof. Lipumba, na leo eti wanamtusi Prof. Shivji. Tuwe serious jamani kwa aliyepita shule na aliyeipa haki yake, si kazi ndogo hata kidogo. Haijatokea eti Serikali ya Uingereza ikimkashfu John Maynard Keynes, au Serikali ya Marekani iwakashfu Joseph Stiglitz, au Paul Krugman na wengineo, eti Serikali ya Australia imkashfu John Crawford, eti Serikali ya Hungary imkashfu John Harsanyi, haiwezekani, hawa watu always huwa wana outstanding contribution katika Taifa lolote lile, ndiwo wanaoitwa wakae kama "think tank in course of event", Sasa leo litokee tatizo linalotishia uhai wa Taifa kwa ujumla eti tuite Werema, Wasira, Nape, Nchemba, Maji Marefu, Kova then waje na solution-thubutuuu, mpaka kyama kitafika hawa jamaa hawatakuja na solution ya matatizo ya watanzania. So please mlio serikalini hawa academicians wanawajua nyote tabia zenu ila wana staha ya hali ya juu, wapeni heshimu zao, cheo au pesa haimaanishi kuwavunjia adabu watu hawa. Na JK tunakushauri ikwa wananchi wanalalamika kwamba maisha yako tight, hebu wakusanye hawa Akina Prof. Shivji, Lipumba, Kasoga, Salim na wengineo muwajuao wakae wakuletee mapendekezo then uyatekeleze badala ya kuwaachia hawa "kuku" wako unaowafuga wawatukane. Inauma sana tena sana.
     
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    Asante Mkuu! MImi nakuja na observation nyingine nilipoangalia CV hii.Je ni sahihi kwa Mwanasheria Mkuu wa Serikali kuwa na Chama? Je anaweza kutendea haki watu husika? Au ndo kifungu kinachtaka mgombea kuwa na chama. Lakini yeye kama mwanasheria hagombei kupewa cheo hicho...au criteria za rais kumteua mwanasheria mkuu mojawapo ni lazima awe mwanachama? Vipi endapo kuna watu wenye competencies za kutosha lakini hawana political orientation yoyote na si wanachama wa chama chochote, lakini ni wasomi wazuri wa sheria, wazalendo na wenye track record nzuri zilizo-outstanding?
     
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