Sunday, October 12, 2008

New Issue: Australian Journal of Human Rights

The latest issue of the Australian Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 13, no. 2, 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Daniel Tarantola, Andrew Byrnes, Michael Johnson, Lynn Kemp, Anthony B. Zwi & Sofia Gruskin, Human rights, health and development
  • Rebekah Gay, Mainstreaming wellbeing: an impact assessment for the right to health
  • Annalijn Conklin & Benjamin Mason Meier, A 'vector of rights' approach for public health: towards an intersectional human rights framework for considering the prevention and treatment of harms to girl child soldiers
  • Alexis Kalagas, Healthy mind, healthy body: SARS, HIV/AIDS and the justifiability of restrictions on media freedom in the People's Republic of China
  • Peter Saunders & Yuvisthi Naidoo, The deprivation approach and the attainment of human rights: evidence for Australia
  • Loren Hallgath & Daniel Tarantola, A rights-based approach to the assessment of global health initiatives
  • Terry Carney & Fleur Beaupert, Mental health tribunals: rights drowning in un-'Chartered' health waters?
  • Richard Sahlin, Legislating discrimination protection for persons with disabilities in Australia and Sweden: a comparative analysis