Volume 3, Issue 2

Special Focus: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Edited by the Consortium for Health and Human Rights

Front Matter

This issue of the Journal is dedicated to Jonathan Mann 1947-1998

Introduction

       Sofia Gruskin

Editorial

A Call to Action on the Fiftieth Anniversary of the UDHR

       Writing Group for the Consortium for Health and Human Rights

Commentary

Celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the UDHR

       Kofi A. Annan

The UDHR: Fifty Years of Synergy Between Health and Human Rights

       Gro Harlem Brundtland

The UDHR: Hope and History

       Mary Robinson

The Articles of the UDHR

Article 1: Dignity and Health: The UDHR’s Revolutionary First

       Jonathan Mann

Article 14: Third Class Medicine: Health Care for Refugees in Germany

       Christian Pross

Article 16: For Better, For Worse

       Ingar Brueggemann and Karen Newman

Article 19: Freedom of Expression and the Healthy Society

       James Welsh

Article 25: Poverty and Health: Debt Relief Could Help Achieve Human Rights Objectives

       Dorothy Logie and Michael Rowson

Article 26: Education, A Health Imperative: The Case of Afghanistan

       Vincent Iacopino and Zohra Rasekh

Article 28: The Right to a Just and Peaceful Social and International Order

       Victor W. Sidel

Thematic Analyses

Health, Medicine, and Science in the UDHR

       Richard Pierre Claude and Bernardo W. Issel

The UDHR in National and International Law

       Hurst Hannum

The UDHR and the Limits of Medical Ethics: The Case of South Africa

       Leonard Rubenstein and Leslie London

Annexes

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

The Members of the Consortium for Health and Human Rights

 
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