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Pushing Boundaries: Building a Community of Practice at the Intersection of Human Rights and Economics

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This research article, authored by the Center for Economic and Social Rights’ Director of Strategy and Learning, Allison Corkery, IEJ Director, Gilad Isaacs, and IEJ alum, Carilee Osborne, draws on a year-long project to build a community of practice at the nexus of human rights and economic justice, primarily in South Africa. 

South Africa is an illustrative context in which to explore cross-disciplinary engagement. While it has one of the most progressive constitutions in the world and a vibrant human rights community, the government has neglected rights in economic policymaking. 

This article considers the theoretical, methodological, and strategic opportunities and challenges involved in overcoming such contradictions.

Read more about the steps the IEJ along with civil society partners, @AmandlaMobi, @black_sash, @CALS_ZA, @PayTheGrants & @SPI_OfficialZA, are taking to hold government accountable for the #R350 SRD grants crisis - https://mailchi.mp/iej.org.za/statement-civil-society-takes-government-to-court-on-r350-srd-grant

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