Objectives: Botswana has one of the world’s highest HIV-prevalence rates and the world’s highest percentages of orphaned children among its population. We assessed the ability of income-earning households in Botswana to ... read more →
This is a review of publications addressing aspects of the intersection between gender-based violence (GBV) and HIV.
Initially, this review was concerned with bringing together literature which integrated sexuality and hum... read more →
"Rights-based approaches to health have gained a prominence not even imaginable when attention to nondiscrimination against People Living with HIV became entrenched in the first Global AIDS Strategy over 20 years ago. We have... read more →
This publication co-authored by USC Institute for Global Health Director Sofia Gruskin documents the adverse effects of social injustice on health and makes recommendations on what needs to be done to reduce social injustice ... read more →
This anthology of articles collected by a cast of award-winning scholars in the field of public health illustrates that promoting and protecting human rights is fundamental to promoting and protecting health. New issues cove... read more →
Those concerned with poverty and health have sometimes viewed equity and human rights as abstract concepts with little practical application, and links between health, equity and human rights have not been examined systematic... read more →
Health and Human Rights: A Reader, including contributions by doctors, lawyers and government representatives, is the first comprehensive anthology of essays in this new field to address the balance between public health and ... read more →
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