Foreword / Pius Langa Intorduction / Penelope E. Andrews, Susan Bazilli Internationalism and transnational constitutionalism: comparative perspectives Constitutional change, transnational constitutionalism, and a connection between international and constitutional law / Dwight Newman Exporting prophylactic rules / Michael Plaxton Balancing competing individual constitutional rights: an impossible task? / Taunya Banks Cutting and sewing: goals and means in the constitutionalist project in Africa / Martin Chanock Constitutionalism, separation of powers and the judiciary Judicial review: can the goal of minority protection justify the constitutionalisation of economic rights? / Brian Flanagan The independence of the judiciary in South Africa and Australia: comparative lessons / Denise Meyerson The court as a forum of justification / Gregoire C.N. Webber Achieving sexual freedom through constitutional structures: the problem of judicial review / Ruthann Robson Deconstructing deference: a comparative analysis of judicial approaches to health care in South Africa and Canada / Kirsty McLean Constitutionalism, citizenship and identity Intimate violence and the right to gender equality / Valorie Vojdik Islam and gender equality / Qudsia Mirza Constitutional protection of citizenship in a comparative perspective / Janet Calvo A global family? culture, sexuality and family regulation / Craig Lind The UK: the incorporation of human rights and new labour - success or failure? / Wendy Pettifer Constitutionalism and economic justice On constitutionalizing environmental rights / Rebecca Bratspies Reading between the lines: judicial protection for socio-economic rights under the South African and United States constitutions / Susan Herman Implementing the social and economic promise of the constitution: the role of South African legal education / Peggy Maisel The limitations of rights discourse International law and the shrinking space for domestic politics in developing countries / Patrick Kelly War powers under the South African constitution / Stephen Ellmann The UK response to terrorism: human rights and a wider perspective / Chris Gale American torturers and their known vicious propensities / Paul Brietzke List of contributors.
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