SECTION27 is a public interest law centre that seeks to influence, develop and use the law to protect, promote and advance human rights. Our name is drawn from the section in the South African Constitution which enshrines everyone's right to health care, food, water and social security.
HIV/AIDS: should the wealthy nations promote anti-HIV/AIDS efforts in poor nations? In Controversies in Globalization: contending approaches to international relations , Congressional Quarterly Press, 2009. Notes References
In July 2007, at the time of the publication of its last 18-month review, the ALP was still in its infancy. It had just re-fashioned itself as an independent not-for-profit organisation, having separated itself from the University of the Witwatersrand, moved offices, registered as a law clinic, complied with a range of corporate law requirements, appointed a Board of Directors, and commenced upon a new organisational life whilst pursuing essentially the same mission.
This chapter examines the experience of one of South Africa‟s foremost pro-poor civil society movements, the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), and uses it to reflect on the role that was played by social justice organisations during Mbeki‟s presidency (1999-2008).
Democratising development: the politics of socio-economic rights in South Africa by Peris Jones and Kristian Stokke, Martinus Nijhoff publishers, 2005 Shaping, making and breaking the law in the campaign for a national HIV/AIDS treatment plan