Informality and Social Insurance in East Africa: An Assessment of the Law and Practice (contribution to a book- forthcoming).
Harmonisation of Labour Laws in the East African Community: An Assessment of Progress and Prospects (forthcoming).
Enhancing Legal Protection in Mixed Migration: A Critical Examination of the Legal Institutional Framework in Tanzania and Kenya (Law and Society Conference, University of Cape Town, Nov. 2016).
Constitutional Reform in Tanzania: Developing Process and Preliminary Results (with U. Wanitzek), Verfassung un Recht in Ubersee (Law and Politics in Africa, Asia and Latin America), Special Issue (2015), pp 329-368.
Irregular Migrant Workers’ Access To Host Country’s Labour Dispute Resolution Mechanisms: Experiences From The SADC, East African Law Review, Vol. 42, Issue 1,2015.
Making the EAC Regime Beneficial to Female Labour Migrants, African Journal of International and Comparative Law, Volume 24.4 (2016): 541–560.
“Development-Induced Development and the Law in Tanzania: Reflections from the Perspective of International Law,” Nyerere Law Journal, Vol. 2 (2014).
"Unblocking the Barriers: Making the EAC Regime Beneficial to Female Labour Migrants" available at http://ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk/wordpress/wp content/uploads/2014/04/Working-Paper-Series-No-4-Juliana-FINAL.pdf.
“Evolving Standards on the Rights of Labour Migrants: Perspectives from the EAC and the SADC,” SADC Law Journal, Vol. 3, No. 1 (2013), pp.182-211.
Confronting grand corruption in the public and private sector: A spirited new initiative from Tanzania (With Peter, C.M,), Namibian Law Journal, Volume 1 Issue 2, pp 49-71.
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