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Eviction process in Nigeria: the need for meaningful engagement
(Commonwealth Law Bulletin, 2018)
The important process of meaningful engagement with persons affected by eviction has been greatly under-utilised in Nigeria and this leaves the victims in a dire situation as their yearnings are hardly met. Having regard ...
'Meaningful engagement' in the realisation of socio-economic rights : the South African experience
(Southern African Public Law, 2011)
One of the key concerns, evidenced from South Africa's socio-economic rights jurisprudence, that has impacted negatively on the realisation of socio-economic rights in the country, especially at grass roots level, has been ...
Engaging the paradoxes of the universal and particular in human rights adjudication: The possibilities and pitfalls of ‘meaningful engagement’
(African Human Rights Law Journal, 2012)
This article examines the disjunctures between the universal aspiration of human rights norms and the complexity of their interpretation and application in diverse and pluralistic contexts. It examines the extent to which ...
'Jumping the queue', waiting lists and other myths : perceptions and practice around housing demand and allocation in South Africa
(ESR Review : Economic and Social Rights in South Africa, 2014)
On 13 and 18 June 2014, the Socio-Economic Rights Project of the Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape, held roundtable discussions in Cape Town and Johannesburg on housing demand and allocation in South Africa.