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Limitation of socio-economic rights in the 2010 Kenyan Constitution: a proposal for the adoption of a proportionality approach in the judicial adjudication of socio-economic rights disputes
(Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal, 2013)
On 27 August 2010 Kenya adopted a transformative Constitution with the objective of fighting poverty and inequality as well as improving the standards of living of all people in Kenya. One of the mechanisms in the 2010 ...
The interrelationship between equality and socio-economic rights under South Africa's transformative constitution
(South African Journal on Human Rights, 2007)
This article develops the interrelationship between the equality and socio-economic rights in the Bill of Rights to enhance the responsiveness of our jurisprudence to the mutually reinforcing patterns of poverty and ...
Socio-economic rights under a transformative Constitution The role of the academic community and NGOs
(ESR Review, 2007)
Following Karl Klare’s seminal article in the 1998 SA Journal on Human Rights, South Africa’s Constitution has been widely described by the courts and in academic literature as a “transformative Constitution”. While finding ...