Socio-economic rights under comparative and international law 801
Faculty of Law
(a) Protection of socio-economic rights in other domestic jurisdictions, in particular in Africa (b) Introduction to international human rights law (c) Socio-economic rights in the UN human rights system (d) Socio-economic rights in the African human rights system (e) Socio-economic rights in the European human rights system (f) Socio-economic rights in the Inter-American human rights system (g) Socio-economic rights in other emerging regional human rights systems
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