|aPoverty :|brights, social citizenship, and legal activism /|cedited by Margot Young ... [et al.].
|aVancouver :|bUBC Press,|cc2007.
|ax, 389 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aLaw and society series
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|rMartha Jackman --|rDianne Pothier --|rDavid Schneiderman --|rBruce Porter --|rSharon Donna McIvor --|rJanet E. Mosher --|rLucie Lamarche --|rBarbara Cameron --|rMarjorie Griffin Cohen --|rShelagh Day --|rGráinne McKeever and Fionnuala Ni Aoláin --|rKarrisha Pillay --|rDavid Wiseman --|rDenise G. Réaume --|rMargot Young --|rMelina Buckley --|rGwen Brodsky.|tReality checks : presuming innocence and proving guilt in Charter welfare cases /|tBut it's for your own good /|tSocial rights and "common sense" : Gosselin through a media lens /|tClaiming adjudicative space : social rights, equality, and citizenship /|tAboriginal women unmasked : using equality litigation to advance women's rights /|tWelfare reform and the re-making of the model citizen /|tThe "Made in Québec" act to combat poverty and social exclusion : the complex relationship between poverty and human rights /|tAccounting for rights and money in the Canadian Social Union /|tCollective economic rights and international trade agreements : in the vacuum of post-national capital control /|tMinding the gap : human rights commitments and compliance /|tEnforcing social and economic rights at the domestic level : a proposal /|tLitigating socio-economic rights in South Africa : how far will the courts go? /|tTaking competence seriously /|tDignity, equality, and second generation rights /|tThe charter as an impediment to welfare rollbacks : a meditation on "justice as fairness" as a "bedrock value" of the Canadian democratic project /|tWhy rights now? : law and desperation /|tThe challenge of litigating the rights of poor people : the right to legal aid as a test case /|tThe subversion of human rights by governments in Canada /
|aCanada.|tCanadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.