Socio-Economic Rights Jurisprudence

  • L Chenwi (2008) ‘Putting Flesh on the Skeleton: South African Judicial Enforcement of the Right to Adequate Housing of Those Subject to Evictions’ 1 Human Rights Law Review 105.
  • S Khoza (ed.) (2007) Socio-Economic Rights in South Africa: A Resource Book (Cape Town: Community Law Centre)
  • L Chenwi (2006) ‘Advancing the right to adequate housing of desperately poor people: City of Johannesburg v Rand Properties (Pty) Ltd and Others’ 14(1) Human Rights Brief 13
  • C Mbazira (2006) ‘Translating socio-economic rights from abstract paper rights to fully fledged individual rights: Lessons from South Africa’ 12(2) East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights 183.
  • L Chenwi (2008) ‘Putting Flesh on the Skeleton: South African Judicial Enforcement of the Right to Adequate Housing of Those Subject to Evictions’ 1 Human Rights Law Review 105.
  • K Iles (2004) 'Limiting socio-economic rights: beyond the internal limitations clauses', published in South African Journal on Human Rights (3) 20, pp 448 - 465
  • S Khoza (2004) 'Socio-economic rights', in D Mcquiod-Mason (ed) Street law learner's manual
  • S Liebenberg (2003) Grounding individual entitlements to socio-economic rights Research paper presented at an international seminar organised by the Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE) on Litigating Socio-Economic Rights, in Geneva on 17-18 November 2003.
  • S Liebenberg (2003) 'Socio-Economic Rights' in M Chaskalson et al, Constitutional Law of South Africa (Juta & Co), forthcoming.
  • S Liebenberg (2002) South Africa's Evolving Jurisprudence on Socio-Economic Rights: An effective Tool in Challenging Poverty? 6 (2) Law Democracy and Development, 159
  • S Liebenberg (2000) 'Socio-Economic Rights' in M Chaskalson et al, Constitutional Law of South Africa (Juta & Co), Ch 41.
  • S Liebenberg (1997) Chapters on 'Housing', 'Health care, food, water and social security', 'Environment', 'Education' in D Davis et al, Fundamental Rights in the Constitution - Commentary and Cases (Juta & Co Ltd).

 

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