A feminist critique of the charter for social justice

This paper is a feminist response to the Charter for Social Justice. it provides a critique of the extrapolation of a constitutional model based upon a classical liberal Bill of Rights which draws boundaries between civil, political and social and economic rights. This paper incorporates the experience and demands of South African women. These are in essence, the constitutionalisation of women's rights in recognition of the full citizenship.
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