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The International Journal
of Not-for-Profit Law

Volume 5, Issue 1, September 2002

A publication of the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law

Table of Contents

Articles

The Economics of Non Profit Accounting and Auditing: Suggestions for a Research Agenda
Marc Jegers

Australian Charity Law Reform Proposals
Prof. Myles McGregor-Lowndes

Charities and Terrorism: The Charity Commission Response
Debra Morris

Charity Law Review in Ireland and the Challenges for the State/Third Sector Partnership
Kerry J. O'Halloran

The Kamehameha Schools Admissions Policy Controversy
Randall W. Roth

Case Notes

Asia Pacific:
Fiji | New Zealand

Central and Eastern Europe: Croatia

Middle East and North Africa:
Egypt

North America:
Canada | United States

Sub-Saharan Africa:
South Africa

Western Europe:
European Union | The Netherlands

Country Reports

International:
Financial Action Task Force (FATF) on Money Laundering

Asia Pacific:
Regional | Burma | China | Japan | New Zealand | Singapore

Central and Eastern Europe: Estonia | Kosovo | Latvia | Romania

Latin America and the Caribbean: Regional

Middle East and North Africa: Regional

Newly Independent States: Belarus

North America:
Canada | Mexico | United States

South Asia:
Afghanistan | India | Sri Lanka

Sub-Saharan Africa:
Congo | Malawi | Nigeria | South Africa | Sudan | Tanzania | Togo | Zimbabwe

Western Europe:
Regional | Belgium | France | Germany | Italy | The Netherlands | Portugal | Spain | United Kingdom

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Editorial Board

Case Notes: Sub-Saharan Africa

South Africa

Ngxuza v The Permanent Secretary, Department of Welfare, Eastern Cape (ECD) 2001 (2) 609.

The Legal Resource Centre sought permission from the High Court to act on behalf of four social welfare recipients seeking reinstatement of grants that had been terminated unfairly by the Eastern Cape provincial welfare department.  The court granted the LRC permission to pursue a class action under section 38 of the Constitution, which permits actions on behalf of a class or in the public interest.  The court stated that “making it easier for disadvantaged and poor people to approach the courts on public issues to ensure that public administration adheres to the fundamental constitutional principle of legality in the exercise of public power serves our new democracy well.”  PB

 

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