"...a five year research initiative funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council: Community-University Research Alliance involving eight university and community partners"

Advancing Social Rights in Canada (Toronto:Irwin Law, 2014)

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The following are pre- published text.

Martha Jackman & Bruce Porter (eds)

1. Bruce Porter
“Social Rights in Anti-Poverty and Housing Strategies: Making the Connection”

2. Martha Jackman & Bruce Porter
“Strategies to Address Homelessness and Poverty in Canada: The Charter Framework”

3. Vincent Greason
“Poverty as a Human Rights Violation*
(*Except in Governmental Anti-Poverty Strategies)”

4. Barbara Cameron
"Accountability Regimes for Federal Social Transfers: An Exercise in Deconstruction and Reconstruction"

5. Marie-Eve Sylvestre and CĂ©line Bellot
“Discriminatory Punitive Responses to Homelessness and Social Rights Litigation under section 15 of the Charter”

6. Kerri A. Froc
"Immutability Hauntings: Socioeconomic Status and Women's Right to Just Conditions of Work under section 15 of the Charter”

7. Shelagh Day, Gwen Brodsky & Yvonne Peters
Litigating to Advance the Substantive Equality Rights of People with Disabilities”

8. Vince Calderhead and Claire McNeil
"Access to Energy: How Form Overtook Substance and Disempowered the Poor in Nova Scotia"

9. Constance MacIntosh
“The Right to Safe Water and Crown-Aboriginal Fiduciary Law: Litigating a Resolution to the Public Health Hazards of On-Reserve Water Problems”

10. Alana Klein
“Participation and accountability in the right to health: promise and pitfalls for human rights engagement with the distribution of health resources in Canada”

11. Lorne Sossin & Andrea Hill
“Social Rights & Administrative Justice”

12. Sylvie Paquerot
“Socio-economic Rights and the Environment: A Path to Political Responsibility?”

13. Graham Mayeda
"Has Public Protest Gone to the Dogs? Applying a Social Rights Analysis to the #Occupy Movement and Social Protest Law in Canada”

14. Margot Young
“Sleeping Rough and Shooting Up: Taking British Columbia’s Urban Justice Issues to Court”