London, 10 March 2011
Today, The Equal Rights Trust published Volume Six of The Equal Rights Review (ERR), an interdisciplinary biannual journal intended as a forum for the exchange of legal, philosophical, sociological and other ideas and practical insights for those who are promoting equality. This issue contains a special section on the right to health equality, as well as an interview on the same issue with two of the most prominent experts in health policy (Norman Daniels) and health rights (Paul Hunt).
The volume is available in print as well as online.
To read The Equal Rights Review, Volume Six please click here .
Contents of Volume Six (2011):
Dimitrina Petrova: A Right to Health Equality: What Does This Mean, Exactly?
Jarlath Clifford, The UN Disability Convention and its Impact on European Equality Law
Olga Manole, Discriminatory Ill-Treatment of Women in Moldova
M. Rayila, The Pain of a Nation: The Invisibility of Uyghurs in China Proper
Gillian MacNaughton, Healthcare Systems and Equality Rights
Nick O'Brien, Law and “The Good Life”: Learning Disability, Equality and Healthcare in the UK
Jonathan Kenneth Burns, The Mental Health Gap in South Africa – a Human Rights Issue
The Women of the Negev: Testimony from Representatives of a Bedouin Women’s Organisation
Health Justice, Equality and Fairness: Perspectives from Health Policy and Human Rights Law (ERT Speaks with Norman Daniels and Paul Hunt)
The Equal Rights Trust Advocacy
Amal De Chickera and Jim Fitzgerald, Protecting the Human Rights of Stateless Persons, Event Report, Geneva, 29 September 2010
Update on Current ERT Projects
ERT Work Itinerary: July – December 2010
Note to Contributors
The Equal Rights Review is also available in print format. To order your copy please donate £15 online by clicking here and send your postal address to firstname.lastname@example.org titled “ERR order”. Alternatively, you can post a cheque made payable to “The Equal Rights Trust” and your address to us at The Equal Rights Trust, 126 North End Road, London, W14 9PP, United Kingdom.