Jackie Dugard is an associate professor at the School of Law, University of the Witwatersrand.Espanol | French |
Mobilizing international human rights to challenge coronavirus vaccine apartheid
Beyond the looming humanitarian and moral catastrophe of COVID-19, lie opportunities for mobilizing international human rights law to compel states to take action, ...
Human rights—tackling inequality by catalyzing the agents of social change
Some argue human rights are insufficient to tackle inequality but overlook the emancipatory power of rights—to create the space to mobilize for change, a dynamic ...
Closing the doors of justice? The South African Constitutional Court’s approach to direct access
Legal interventions can help improve poverty and inequality, but in South Africa the poor don’t have sufficient access to courts.