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Conference Report: Constitutions, Human Rights & Economic Inequality

–Matthew Coe and Zoe Graus, University of New South Wales, Grand Challenge on Inequality What is the relationship among constitutions, human rights and economic inequality? How strong is this relationship in light of the fact that all liberal democratic constitutions guarantee equality? And what constitutional changes can be made to decrease violations of human rights

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Published on December 12, 2017
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Daniels v. Scribante: South Africa Pushes the Boundaries of Horizontality and Social Rights

—Aoife Nolan, University of Nottingham The South African Constitutional Court ruling in Daniels v Scribante and Another[1] is a ground-breaking decision on the right to security of tenure – an aspect of the right to property under the South African Constitution (Section 25(6))[2] that has received relatively limited judicial analysis from a constitutional law perspective. In

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Published on June 27, 2017
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