FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard School of Public Health
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The Cost of Inaction: Case Studies from Rwanda and Angola
Case studies from Rwanda and Angola show how the cost of inaction can be greater than the cost of action. Failure to reduce extreme poverty, for example, often results in malnutrition, preventable morbidity, premature death, and incomplete basic education. Differences between the COI approach and traditional benefit–cost analysis are highlighted.
Learning to Dance: Advancing Women’s Reproductive Health and Well-Being from the Perspectives of Public Health and Human Rights
This book elucidates how the fields of health and human rights can better work together, including both addressing human rights implications of reproductive health interventions and fostering rights-based policies and laws relating to sexuality and reproductive health.
Health and Human Rights: Basic International Documents, Third Edition
Health and Human Rights: Basic International Documents assembles in one book the basic instruments of international law and policy that express the values of human rights for advancing health. Topics include ethics; biotechnology; right to health; freedom from torture; women and reproductive health; children; right to a clean environment; and more.