Os beneficiários da ação afirmativa

  • Ockert Dupper
Palavras-chave: Ação Afirmativa, Beneficiários

Resumo

Na África do Sul pós-apartheid a Ação Afirmativa destaca-se como um tema bastante controverso e de amplos contornos. No presente artigo, limitado ao contexto trabalhista, pretende-se salientar questões críticas a respeito da forma que a ação afirmativa é atualmente implementada, bem como indicar quem são e quem deveriam ser os beneficiários desta política. Por certo, a indicação dos beneficiários da ação afirmativa somente será possível se consideradas as contínuas mudanças nas relações sociais e econômicas da sociedade.

Biografia do Autor

Ockert Dupper

Mestre e Doutor em Direito pela Harvard Law School. Professor de Direito do Trabalho e da Seguridade Social na Universidade de Stellenbosch. Diretor do Centro de Direito Internacional e Comparado do Trabalho e da Seguridade Social na mesma universidade.

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Publicado
30-06-2012
Como Citar
Dupper, O. (2012). Os beneficiários da ação afirmativa. Revista Brasileira De Direitos Fundamentais & Justiça, 6(19), 37-49. https://doi.org/10.30899/dfj.v6i19.324