The Latest ESR Review features an interview with Professor Sandy Liebenberg. She is congratulated on her election as a member onto the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and asked about challenges facing the committee and the implementation of socio-economic rights. She speaks to the growing role of reasonableness review and the Optional-Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights. Prof Liebenberg welcomes South Africa’s recent ratification of the ICESCR and emphasises the role of socio-economic rights in addressing patterns of poverty and inequality in South Africa.
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