Working Conditions, Compliance and Enforcement in Comparative Perspective

Sarah Christie
Formal and Substantive Rights of Domestic Workers in
South Africa: Effective Enforcement or Quiet ADR?
Institute of Development and Labour Law, University of
Cape Town

Sarah Christie practices as an arbitrator and mediator in employment law in South Africa and is an Associate in the Institute of Development and Labour Law at the University of Cape Town. She has consulted to a number of public international organisations: the International Monetary Fund, World Health Organization, United Nations and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) on their internal justice and dispute resolution systems.  She is a Judge on the Administrative Tribunal of the EBRD and from 2002 to 2009 was a judge on the World Bank Administrative Tribunal. She lives in Cape Town.

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