Social Rights and the Indian Constitution

The paper critically examines what social rights are, the constitutional understanding of social rights, how social rights can be made justiciable, can be implemented, and enforced. The author looks at Supreme Court judgments, constitutional litigation, debates, and discussions around three specific rights: right to food, right to health, and right to education.

 

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Jayna Kothari, 'Social Rights and the Indian Constitution' (28 Feb 2005) <https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/elj/lgd/2004_2/kothari> accessed on 17 Jul 2019