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Abstract

By recognising the "minimum essential levels" of the rights to food, health, housing and education, the concept of the "minimum core" seeks to establish a minimum legal content for socio-economic rights.

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  • Subject
    • Health Law and Policy

    • Housing Law

    • Human Rights Law

    • International Law

    • Law and Society

  • Journal title
    • ESR Review: Economic and Social Rights in South Africa

  • Volume
    • 9

  • Issue
    • 2

  • Pagination
    • 6-11

  • Date submitted

    7 September 2022

  • Additional information
    • Suggested Citation:

      Young, Katharine G. "Conceptualising Minimalism in Socio-economic Rights" ESR Review: Economic and Social Rights in South Africa. Vol. 9 Issue 2. 1 June, 2008