Framing Competing Human Rights Claims
The Promise of Shared Social Citizenship
From: Balancing Competing Human Rights Claims in a Diverse Society
Argument that development of social policy for addressing competing human rights claims should be built on recognition that persons pressing competing human rights claims do so in the context of shared social citizenship.
Lorne Foster is an associate professor of public policy and equity studies as well as director of the Graduate Program in Public Policy, Administration, and Law at York University.
Lesley Jacobs is professor of law & society and political science, as well as the first director of the York Centre for Public Policy & Law at York University.