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Enforcing the economic, social and cultural rights in the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights : twenty years of redundancy, progression and significant strides
(African Human Rights Law Journal, 2006)
The fight against poverty and underdevelopment in Africa is amongst others dependent on how successfully the socio-economic rights protected in both the regional and universal instruments are concretised. The last 20 years ...
Grootboom: A paradigm of individual remedies versus reasonable programmes
(Southern African Public Law, 2011)
The decision of the Constitutional Court (the Court) in the case of Government of the Republic of South Africa versus Grootboom was received as ground breaking by human rights practitioners, scholars and advocates the world ...
Non-implementation of court orders in socioeconomic rights litigation in South Africa Is the cancer here to stay?
Over 12 years have elapsed since the South African Constitution was adopted, and the jurisprudence on socio-economic rights has increased considerably. Yet a majority of the population remain entrapped in poverty.
Regional Symposium on Harmonisation of Laws on Children in Eastern and Southern Africa, 9-10 May 2007
(African Human Rights Law Journal, 2007)
From 9 to 10 May 2007, the African Child Policy Forum (AFCPF), supported by UNICEF, Eastern and Southern Africa Office (UNICEF-ESARO), organised a Regional Symposium on Harmonisation of Laws on Children in Eastern and ...