Health and human rights journal.

Material type: Continuing resourceContinuing resourceSeries: 2December 2017 ; 19Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press : 2017Description: online resourceContent type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISSN: 21504113Subject(s): Health -- Social Aspects -- Periodicals | Human Rights -- Social Aspects -- Periodicals | Medical policy -- Moral and ethical aspects -- PeriodicalsOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
FOREWORD Romani Global Diaspora: Implementation of the Right to Health / Rita Izsák-Ndiaye -- EDITORIAL The Critical Role of Research in Advancing Romani’s Right to Health / Jacqueline Bhabha, Margareta Matache, and Teresa Sorde Marti -- Justice Delayed: The Right to Effective Remedy for Victims of Coercive Sterilization in the Czech Republic / Claude Cahn -- Intersectional Discrimination of Romani Women Forcibly Sterilized in the Former Czechoslovakia and Czech Republic / Gwendolyn Albert and Marek Szilvasi -- The Influence of Ethnicity and Displacement on Quality of Antenatal Care: The Case of Roma, Ashkali, and Balkan Egyptian Communities in Kosovo / Kristefer Stojanovski, Alaka Holla, Ilir Hoxha, Elizabeth Howell, and Teresa Janevic -- Securing a Right to Health: “Integration Villages” and Medical Citizenship of Roma People in France / Daniel Manson -- Inconvenient Human Rights: Water and Sanitation in Sweden’s Informal Roma Settlements / Martha F. Davis and Natasha Ryan -- Doubling Syndemics: Ethnographic Accounts of the Health Situation of Homeless Romanian Roma in Copenhagen / Camilla Ida Ravnbøl -- Dedicated Caravan Sites for French Gens du Voyage: Public Health Policy or Construction of Health and Environmental Inequalities? / Lise Foisneau -- The Impact of Legal Advocacy Strategies to Advance Roma Health: The Case of Macedonia / Alphia Abdikeeva and Alina Covaci -- FOREWORD Harnessing the Power and the Promise of Human Rights to End AIDS by 2030 / Michel Sidibé -- EDITORIAL Learning from the Past: Confronting Legal, Social, and Structural Barriers to the HIV Response / Luisa Cabal and Patrick Eba -- PERSPECTIVE Human Rights in the Fourth Decade of the HIV/AIDS Response: An Inspiring Legacy and Urgent Imperative / Jamie Enoch and Peter Piot -- At the Nexus: How HIV-Related Immigration Policies Affect Foreign Nationals and Citizens in South Korea / Jessica M. Keralis -- HIV, Sex Work, and Law Enforcement in China / Tingting Shen and Joanne Csete -- PERSPECTIVE Associations Between Police Harassment and HIV Vulnerabilities Among Men Who Have Sex with Men and Transgender Women in Jamaica / Carmen H. Logie, Ashley Lacombe-Duncan, Kathleen S. Kenny, Kandasi Levermore, Nicolette Jones, Annecka Marshall, and Peter A. Newman -- In Women’s Eyes: Key Barriers to Women’s Access to HIV Treatment and a Rights-Based Approach to Their Sustained Well-Being / Luisa Orza, Emily Bass, Emma Bell, E. Tyler Crone, Nazneen Damji, Sophie Dilmitis, Liz Tremlett, Nasra Aidarus, Jacqui Stevenson, Souhaila Bensaid, Calorine Kenkem, Gracia Violeta Ross, Elena Kudravtseva, and Alice Welbourn -- Neglected Population, Neglected Right: Children Living with HIV and the Right to Science / Michael L. Scanlon, Gillian MacNaughton, and Courtenay Sprague -- Human Rights and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: How Does a Large Funder of Basic Health Services Meet the Challenge of Rights-Based Programs? / Ralf Jürgens, Joanne Csete, Hyeyoung Lim, Susan Timberlake, and Matthew Smith -- No More Broken Promises: Challenges and Opportunities for Key Populations in Demanding More Transparency, Accountability, and Participation in the Global Response Against the HIV and AIDS Epidemic / Tomás A. Chang Pico, Jillian Clare Kohler, Julia Hoffmann, and Lucy Mungala -- A Reporting System to Protect the Human Rights of People Living with HIV and Key Populations / R. Taylor Williamson, Vivian Fiscian, Ryan Ubuntu Olson, Fred Nana Poku, and Joseph Whittal -- As the HIV Epidemic Among Young Women Grows, Can We Look to the SDGs to Reverse the Trend? / Terry McGovern, Johanna Fine, Carolyn Crisp, and Emily Battistini -- Where Public Health Meets Human Rights: Integrating Human Rights into the Validation of the Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV and Syphilis / Eszter Kismödi, Karusa Kiragu, Olga Sawicki, Sally Smith, Sophie Brion, Aditi Sharma, Lilian Mworeko, and Alexandrina Iovita -- Medical Students’ Attitudes toward Torture, Revisited / Krista Dubin, Andrew R. Milewski, Joseph Shin, and Thomas P. Kalman -- Global Survey of National Constitutions: Mapping Constitutional Commitments to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights / Lucia Berro Pizzarossa and Katrina Perehudoff -- The Cholera Epidemic in Zimbabwe, 2008-2009; A Review and Critique of the Evidence / C. Nicholas Cuneo, Richard Sollom, and Chris Beyrer -- LETTER TO THE EDITOR The Rule of Law as a Social Determinant of Health / O. B. K. Dingake -- LETTER TO THE EDITOR Refusal to Treat Patients Does Not Work in Any Country—Even If Misleadingly Labeled “Conscientious Objection” / Christian Fiala and Joyce H. Arthur -- LETTER TO THE EDITOR RESPONSE Much to Debate about Conscientious Objection / Wendy Chavkin, Laurel Swerdlow, and Jocelyn Fifield.
No physical items for this record

Issue 19.2 features two special sections: Romani People and the Right to Health, and HIV and Human Rights

FOREWORD Romani Global Diaspora: Implementation of the Right to Health / Rita Izsák-Ndiaye -- EDITORIAL The Critical Role of Research in Advancing Romani’s Right to Health / Jacqueline Bhabha, Margareta Matache, and Teresa Sorde Marti -- Justice Delayed: The Right to Effective Remedy for Victims of Coercive Sterilization in the Czech Republic / Claude Cahn -- Intersectional Discrimination of Romani Women Forcibly Sterilized in the Former Czechoslovakia and Czech Republic / Gwendolyn Albert and Marek Szilvasi -- The Influence of Ethnicity and Displacement on Quality of Antenatal Care: The Case of Roma, Ashkali, and Balkan Egyptian Communities in Kosovo / Kristefer Stojanovski, Alaka Holla, Ilir Hoxha, Elizabeth Howell, and Teresa Janevic -- Securing a Right to Health: “Integration Villages” and Medical Citizenship of Roma People in France / Daniel Manson -- Inconvenient Human Rights: Water and Sanitation in Sweden’s Informal Roma Settlements / Martha F. Davis and Natasha Ryan -- Doubling Syndemics: Ethnographic Accounts of the Health Situation of Homeless Romanian Roma in Copenhagen / Camilla Ida Ravnbøl -- Dedicated Caravan Sites for French Gens du Voyage: Public Health Policy or Construction of Health and Environmental Inequalities? / Lise Foisneau -- The Impact of Legal Advocacy Strategies to Advance Roma Health: The Case of Macedonia / Alphia Abdikeeva and Alina Covaci -- FOREWORD Harnessing the Power and the Promise of Human Rights to End AIDS by 2030 / Michel Sidibé -- EDITORIAL Learning from the Past: Confronting Legal, Social, and Structural Barriers to the HIV Response / Luisa Cabal and Patrick Eba -- PERSPECTIVE Human Rights in the Fourth Decade of the HIV/AIDS Response: An Inspiring Legacy and Urgent Imperative / Jamie Enoch and Peter Piot -- At the Nexus: How HIV-Related Immigration Policies Affect Foreign Nationals and Citizens in South Korea / Jessica M. Keralis -- HIV, Sex Work, and Law Enforcement in China / Tingting Shen and Joanne Csete -- PERSPECTIVE Associations Between Police Harassment and HIV Vulnerabilities Among Men Who Have Sex with Men and Transgender Women in Jamaica / Carmen H. Logie, Ashley Lacombe-Duncan, Kathleen S. Kenny, Kandasi Levermore, Nicolette Jones, Annecka Marshall, and Peter A. Newman -- In Women’s Eyes: Key Barriers to Women’s Access to HIV Treatment and a Rights-Based Approach to Their Sustained Well-Being / Luisa Orza, Emily Bass, Emma Bell, E. Tyler Crone, Nazneen Damji, Sophie Dilmitis, Liz Tremlett, Nasra Aidarus, Jacqui Stevenson, Souhaila Bensaid, Calorine Kenkem, Gracia Violeta Ross, Elena Kudravtseva, and Alice Welbourn -- Neglected Population, Neglected Right: Children Living with HIV and the Right to Science / Michael L. Scanlon, Gillian MacNaughton, and Courtenay Sprague -- Human Rights and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: How Does a Large Funder of Basic Health Services Meet the Challenge of Rights-Based Programs? / Ralf Jürgens, Joanne Csete, Hyeyoung Lim, Susan Timberlake, and Matthew Smith -- No More Broken Promises: Challenges and Opportunities for Key Populations in Demanding More Transparency, Accountability, and Participation in the Global Response Against the HIV and AIDS Epidemic / Tomás A. Chang Pico, Jillian Clare Kohler, Julia Hoffmann, and Lucy Mungala -- A Reporting System to Protect the Human Rights of People Living with HIV and Key Populations / R. Taylor Williamson, Vivian Fiscian, Ryan Ubuntu Olson, Fred Nana Poku, and Joseph Whittal -- As the HIV Epidemic Among Young Women Grows, Can We Look to the SDGs to Reverse the Trend? / Terry McGovern, Johanna Fine, Carolyn Crisp, and Emily Battistini -- Where Public Health Meets Human Rights: Integrating Human Rights into the Validation of the Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV and Syphilis / Eszter Kismödi, Karusa Kiragu, Olga Sawicki, Sally Smith, Sophie Brion, Aditi Sharma, Lilian Mworeko, and Alexandrina Iovita -- Medical Students’ Attitudes toward Torture, Revisited / Krista Dubin, Andrew R. Milewski, Joseph Shin, and Thomas P. Kalman -- Global Survey of National Constitutions: Mapping Constitutional Commitments to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights / Lucia Berro Pizzarossa and Katrina Perehudoff -- The Cholera Epidemic in Zimbabwe, 2008-2009; A Review and Critique of the Evidence / C. Nicholas Cuneo, Richard Sollom, and Chris Beyrer -- LETTER TO THE EDITOR The Rule of Law as a Social Determinant of Health / O. B. K. Dingake -- LETTER TO THE EDITOR Refusal to Treat Patients Does Not Work in Any Country—Even If Misleadingly Labeled “Conscientious Objection” / Christian Fiala and Joyce H. Arthur -- LETTER TO THE EDITOR RESPONSE Much to Debate about Conscientious Objection / Wendy Chavkin, Laurel Swerdlow, and Jocelyn Fifield.

There are no comments on this title.

to post a comment.

Click on an image to view it in the image viewer