Volume 10, Issue 1

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Front Matter

Vol 10, No 1: What is a rights-based approach to health and why should we care?

From the publisher
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Jim Yong Kim

From the editors
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Paul Farmer, Alexander Irwin, Evan Lyon, Vivek Maru, Alicia Ely Yamin

Challenging orthodoxies: The road ahead for health and human rights
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Paul Farmer

Excluding the poor from accessing biomedical literature: A rights violation that impedes global health
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Gavin Yamey

Critical Concepts

Critical concepts: From the editor
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Alicia Ely Yamin

Will we take suffering seriously? Reflections on what applying a human rights framework to health means and why we should care
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Alicia Ely Yamin

What is a human rights-based approach to health and does it matter?
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Leslie London

Health systems and the right to the highest attainable standard of health
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Paul Hunt, Gunilla Backman

A human rights approach to quality of life and health: Applications to public health programming
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Armando De Negri Filho

Health and Human Rights in Practice

Health and human rights in practice: From the editors
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Evan Lyon, Vivek Maru

Notes on the rights of a poor woman in a poor country
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Tarek Meguid

“Nationals” and “expatriates”: Challenges of fulfilling “sans frontières” (“without borders”) ideals in international humanitarian action
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Olga Shevchenko, Renée C. Fox

From market competition to solidarity? Assessing the prospects of US health care reform plans from a human rights perspective
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Anja Rudiger

The catalytic synergy of health and human rights: The People’s Health Movement and the Right to Health and Health Care Campaign
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Laura Turiano, Lanny Smith

The right of children in developing countries to be born and live HIV-free
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Agnès Binagwaho

 
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