At the Intersection of Law, Human Rights, and Religion
Global Health Disputes and Disparities (Routledge, London: 2012)
36 Pages Posted: 21 Sep 2013 Last revised: 22 Oct 2013
Date Written: November 12, 2012
Global Health Disputes and Disparities explores inequalities in health around the world, looking particularly at the opportunity for, and limitations of, international law to promote population health by examining its intersection with human rights, trade, and epidemiology, and the controversial issues of legal process, religion, access to care, and the social context of illness.
Keywords: Global health, human rights, religion, health disparities, gender, women's health, women's rights
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation