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作者 Organization, World Health
書名 25 questions and answers on health and human rights : Health and Human Rights Publication Series no. 1
出版項 Albany : World Health Organization, 2002
©2002
國際標準書號 9789240680012 (electronic bk.)
9789241545693
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說明 1 online resource (36 pages)
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附註 Intro -- Table of Contents -- Abbreviations and Acronyms -- Section 1: Health and Human Rights Norms and Standards -- Q.1 What are human rights? -- Q.2 How are human rights enshrined in international law? -- Q.3 What is the link between health and human rights? -- Q.4 What is meant by "the right to health"? -- Q.5 How does the principle of freedom from discrimination relate to health? -- Q.6 What international human rights instruments set out governmental commitments? -- Q.7 What international monitoring mechanisms exist for human rights? -- Q.8 How can poor countries with resource limitations be held to the same human rights standards as rich countries? -- Q.9 Is there, under human rights law, an obligation of international cooperation? -- Q.10 What are governmental human rights obligations in relation to other actors in society? -- Section 2: Integrating Human Rights in Health -- Q.11 What is meant by a rights-based approach to health? -- Q.12.What is the value-added of human rights in public health? -- Q.13.What happens if the protection of public health necessitates the restriction of certain human rights? -- Q.14 What implications could human rights have for evidence-based health information? -- Q.15 How can human rights support work to strengthen health systems? -- Q.16 What is the relationship between health legislation and human rights law? -- Q.17 How do human rights apply to situational analyses of health in countries? -- Section 3: Health and Human Rights in a Broader Context -- Q.18 How do ethics relate to human rights? -- Q.19 How do human rights principles relate to equity? -- Q.20 How do health and human rights principles apply to poverty reduction? -- Q.21 How does globalization affect the promotion and protection of human rights? -- Q.22 How does international human rights law influence international trade law?
Q.23 What is meant by a rights-based approach to development? -- Q.24 How do human rights law, refugee law and humanitarian law interact with the provision of health assistance? -- Q.25 How does human rights relate to health development work in countries? -- Annex I: Legal Instruments -- Annex II: United Nations Human Rights Organizational Structure
To acknowledge and spell out the linkages between health and human rights, the World Health Organization (WHO) has published '25 Questions and Answers on Health and Human Rights'. This is the first compilation of answers to key questions in an area which lately has received added focus and attention. The booklet is intended as a practical guide to assist governments and others concerned in developing a human rights approach to public health work. The publication reflects the most current developments and trends in health and human rights. It discusses a number of issues related to the HIV/AIDS epidemic such as access to medicines, use of health status information and non-discrimination. Also covered are protection of health care workers and facilities and access to medical care during conflicts. Other relevant current issues covered in the booklet are the availability to all of the benefits of scientific progress and the obligation of states to assist those with fewer resources in tackling diseases of poverty
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Organization, World Health 25 questions and answers on health and human rights : Health and Human Rights Publication Series no. 1 Albany : World Health Organization,c2002 9789241545693
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