Viewpoints

Revisiting Restrictions of Rights After COVID-19
Leonard Rubenstein and Matthew DeCamp, 3 June 2020

Do COVID-19 Responses Imperil the Human Rights of People with Disabilities?
Gautam Gulati, Colum P. Dunne, and Brendan D. Kelly, 3 June 2020

Pandemic Stresses the Human Rights Imperatives of Tackling HIV and Hepatitis in Middle East and North African Prisons
Marie Claire Van Hout and Elie Aaraj, 25 May 2020

Leaving No-one Behind: The Human Tragedy of Children in African Prisons during COVID-19
Marie Claire Van Hout, 12 May 2020

Public Money Creation to Maintain Fundamental Human Rights during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Takondwa Chimowa, Stephen Hall, and Bernadette O’Hare, 6 May 2020

Upholding Rights Under COVID-19: The Respectful Maternity Care Charter
R. Rima Jolivet, Charlotte E Warren, Pooja Sripad, Elena Ateva, Jewel Gausman, Kate Mitchell, Hagar Palgi Hacker, Emma Sacks, and Ana Langer, 1 May 2020

Contact Tracing Apps: Extra Risks for Women and Marginalized Groups
Sara L.M. Davis, 29 April 2020

Applying Siracusa: A Call for a General Comment on Public Health Emergencies
Nina Sun, 23 April 2020

COVID-19 Economy vs Human Rights: A Misleading Dichotomy
Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky, 21 April 2020

Gaol Fever: What COVID-19 Tells us about the War on Drugs
Rick Lines, Naomi Burke-Shyne, and Giada Girelli, 20 April 2020

COVID-19: Restricted Internet Impacts on Health in Kashmir
Adi Radhakrishnan, 15 April 2020

Anti-Roma Racism is Spiraling During COVID-19 Pandemic
Margareta Matache and Jacqueline Bhabha, 8 April 2020

Controlling COVID-19: The Folly of International Travel Restrictions
Weijun Yu and Jessica Keralis, 5 April 2020

The Evolution of the Right to Health in the Shadow of COVID-19
Lisa Forman, 2 April 2020

Lessons from HIV to Guide COVID-19 Responses in the Central African Republic
Pierre Somse and Patrick M. Eba, 1 April 2020

Living on the Edge: COVID-19 Adds to Distress and Discrimination of Indian Transgender Communities
Swarupa Deb, 26 March 2020

A Rights-Based Response to COVID-19: Lessons Learned from HIV and TB Epidemics
Tenu Avafia, Boyan Konstantinov, Kene Esom, Judit Rius Sanjuan, and Rebecca Schleifer
24 March 2020

COVID-19 and Detention: Respecting Human Rights
Joseph J. Amon, 24 March 2020

Protecting Children’s Rights As Schools Close
Jacqueline Bhabha, Margaret M. Sullivan, and Mary T. Bassett, 23 March 2020

Human Rights and Coronavirus: What’s at Stake for Truth, Trust, and Democracy?
Alicia Ely Yamin and Roojin Habibi, 2 March 2020

How Can We Overcome the Great Procrastination to Respond to the Climate Emergency?
Rachel Hammonds, 10 February 2020

Celebrating 25 years: From Aspiration to Reality, An Australian Postscript
Claire E Brolan, 4 February 2020

A Democracy Deficit in Digital Health
Sara L. M. Davis, Kenechukwu Esom, Rico Gustav, Allan Maleche, and Mike Podmore
17 January 2020

Impunity: Undermining the Health and Human Rights Consensus
Chris Beyrer, 15 January 2020

Human Rights in Global Health Governance
Benjamin Mason Meier, Margherita Marianna Cinà, and Lawrence O. Gostin, 13 January 2020

What Does it Mean to Adopt a Human Rights-based Approach to Drug Policy?
Damon Barrett, Julie Hannah, and Rick Lines, 9 January 2020

Human Rights Education Must Become Central to the Health Curriculum
Lawrence O. Gostin, Hanna Huffstetler, and Benjamin Mason Meier, 6 January 2020

Challenges in Promoting the Interdependence of all Human Rights
Dainius Pūras, 19 December 2019

A Letter to Young and Future Leaders in Struggles for Health Rights and Social Justice
Alicia Ely Yamin, 17 December 2019

The Maturing Right to Health: Deeper, Broader and More Complex but Still Unequal
Gillian MacNaughton, 17 December 2019

War, Political Conflict, and the Right to Health
Leonard Rubenstein, 11 December 2019

Health and Human Rights at a Crossroads 
Rajat Khosla, 11 December 2019

The Right to Health: Then, Now and a Call to Arms
Audrey Chapman, 10 December 2019

Reflections on 25 Years of Health and Human Rights: History, Context, and the Need for Strategic Action
Sofia Gruskin, 10 December 2019

Viewpoints: Looking Back, Looking Forward
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