Health and human rights journal.Material type: Continuing resourceSeries: . 2 December 2019 ; 21Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press : 2019Description: 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
Issue 21.2 features: Special Section: Abortion in the Middle East and North Africa, Special Section: Abortion Law Reform, Special Section: Human Rights for Health across the United Nations, General Papers
EDITORIAL The Limits of the Law: Abortion in the Middle East and North Africa / Irene Maffi and Liv Tønnessen -- The Politicization of Abortion and Hippocratic Disobedience in Islamist Sudan / Liv Tønnessen and Samia al-Nagar -- Moral Work and the Construction of Abortion Networks: Women’s Access to Safe Abortion in Lebanon / Zeina Fathallah -- Non-marital Pregnancies and Unmarried Women’s Search for Illegal Abortion in Morocco / Irene Capelli -- The Unique Landscape of Abortion Law and Access in the Occupied Palestinian Territories / Sarrah Shahawy -- Neoliberal Health Restructuring, Neoconservatism and the Limits of Law: Erosion of Reproductive Rights in Turkey / Ayse Dayi -- The Right to Abortion in Tunisia after the Revolution of 2011: Legal, Medical, and Social Arrangements as Seen through Seven Abortion Stories / Irene Maffi and Malika Affes -- EDITORIAL Progress towards Decriminalization of Abortion and Universal Access to Safe Abortions: National Trends and Strategies / Marge Berer and Lesley Hoggart -- Eliminating Abortion from Criminal Law: A Just Cause / Ana Cristina González-Vélez, Carolina Melo-Arévalo, and Juliana Martínez-Londoño -- The Role of Reproductive Justice Movements in Challenging South Korea’s Abortion Ban / Sunhye Kim, Na Young, and Yurim Lee -- From the Grassroots to the Oireachtas: Abortion Law Reform in the Republic of Ireland / Anna Carnegie and Rachel Roth -- Abortion in Chile: The Long Road to Legalization and its Slow Implementation / Gloria Maira, Lidia Casas, and Lieta Vivaldi -- Rights-based Claims Made by UK Antiabortion Activists / Pam Lowe and Sarah-Jane Page -- Midwives and Post-abortion Care in Gabon: “Things have really changed” / Aimée Patricia Ndembi Ndembi, Justine Mekuí, Gail Pheterson, and Marijke Alblas -- They Are Girls, Not Mothers: The Violence of Forcing Motherhood on Young Girls in Latin America / Ximena Casas -- The Gambia’s Political Transition to Democracy: Is Abortion Reform Possible? / Satang Nabaneh -- Preventing State Harassment of Abortion Providers: The Work of the Legal Support Network in Latin America and East Africa / Ximena Casas, Mitchelle Kimathi-Osiemo, Dee Redwine, Claire Tebbets, Karen Plafker -- Denial of Safe Abortion to Survivors of Rape in India / Padma Bhate-Deosthali and Sangeeta Rege -- EDITORIAL Human Rights for Health across the United Nations / Benjamin Mason Meier and Lawrence O. Gostin -- Health and Human Rights’ Past: Patinating Law’s Contribution / Thérèse Murphy -- The Right(s) Road to Universal Health Coverage / Helena Nygren-Krug -- PERSPECTIVE Universal Health Coverage: Are We Losing Our Way on Women’s and Children’s Health? / Flavia Bustreo and Curtis Doebbler -- UHC2030’s Contributions to Global Health Governance that Advance the Right to Health Care: A Preliminary Assessment / Rachel Hammonds, Gorik Ooms, Moses Mulumba, and Allan Maleche -- The Challenge of Interdisciplinarity in Operationalizing the Right to Health / Gillian MacNaughton and Mariah McGill -- The Universal Periodic Review: A Valuable New Procedure for the Right to Health? / Judith Bueno de Mesquita -- EDITORIAL 25 Years: Exploring the Health and Human Rights Journey / Carmel Williams, Joseph J. Amon, Mary T. Bassett, Ana V. Diez Roux, and Paul E. Farmer -- Have Reforms Reconciled Health Rights Litigation and Priority Setting in Costa Rica? / Alessandro Luciano and Alex Voorhoeve -- “Hay que tener suerte”: Gender-based Violence Service Provision in Quito, Ecuador / Chiara Sabina and Diego Pérez Figueroa -- Evaluating the Impact of Student-run Asylum Clinics in the US from 2016–2018 / Madison B. Sharp, Andrew R. Milewski, Claire Lamneck, and Katherine McKenzie -- Respect, Protect, and Fulfill—or Reject, Neglect, and Regress? Children’s Rights in the Time of the Russian “Gay Propaganda Law” / Caroline H. Voyles and Mariana Chilton.