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Engaging meaningfully with government on socio-economic rights : A focus on the right to housing
(Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape, 2010)
To make sure that service delivery is effective and has a positive impact on people’s quality of life, it is important to have meaningful engagement between communities and the government. South Africa’s Constitution makes ...
Socio-economic gains and losses: The South African Constitutional Court and social change
(Social Change, 2011)
The inclusion of socio-economic rights in South Africa’s transformative Constitution, it was felt, would make the Constitution relevant to the majority of South Africans, in particular the previously oppressed. Accordingly, ...