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Autor: Abraar Karan
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Protecting the Health of the Poor

International Studies in Poverty Research
Social Movements in the South
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Argues for a comprehensive agenda for a fight against poverty and for protecting the health of the poor.
Nowhere is the injustice of the global distribution of income and wealth more palpable than in health. While the world’s affluent spend fortunes on the most trifling treatments, poor people’s lives are ruined and often cut short prematurely by challenges that could easily be overcome at low cost: childbirth, diarrhoea, malnutrition, malaria, HIV/AIDS, measles, pneumonia. Millions are avoidably dying from such causes each year and billions of lives avoidably blighted by these diseases of poverty. Drawing on in-depth empirical research spanning Asia, Latin America, and Africa, this path-breaking collection offers fresh perspectives from critically engaged scholars. Protecting the Health of the Poor presents a call and a vision for unified efforts across geographies, levels and sectors to make the right to health truly universal.
Introduction - Abraar Karan and Geeta SodhiPart I: Legal Movements1. Requesting a Compulsory Licence for Kaletra, aAn HIV/AIDS Antiretroviral Drug, in Colombia - Luz Marina Umbasía Bernal2. Impact of the World Trade Organization’s Agreements on Agriculture and on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights on the Health of Citizens in the Developing World - Kwadwo Appiagyei-AtuaPart II: Political Movements3. Managing an A(H1N1) Pandemic: Public Health or healthy Business? - Germán Velásquez4. Catastrophic Health Expenditure, Health Insurance Coverage, and Poor People in India: New Evidence on Healthcare Costs Leading to Impoverishment - T. V. Sekher, Kaushalendra Kumar, and V. P. Shijith5. Crisis of the Global Innovation Model for Medicines: A Civil Society Organizations’ Perspective - Francisco Rossi Buenaventura and Luis Guillermo Restrepo VélezPart III: Interventional Approaches6. Advancing Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation Among Socio-Economically Disadvantaged Young Persons in India - Monika Arora, Abha Tewari, Shalini Bassi, Gaurang P. Nazar, Neeru S. Juneja, Melissa B. Harrell, Cheryl L. Perry, and K. Srinath Reddy7. Addressing the Vulnerability of Urban Poor Women to Negative Maternal and Newborn Health Outcomes - Geeta Sodhi and Skylab SahuPart IV: Multifaceted Movements8. International Poverty Law and Human Rights From Below: Latin American Affirmation of the Right to Health of Indigenous Peoples, Migrants, and the Displaced - Camilo Pérez-Bustillo9. Sociopolitics of HIV in Uganda: Proposing a Socio-Behavioural Movement in Response to Donor Politics and the Economic Erisis - Abraar Karan10. Health Impact Fund: Aligning Incentives - Thomas Pogge

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Autor: Abraar Karan
ISBN-13 :: 9781783605552
ISBN: 1783605553
Verlag: Zed Books
Seiten: 312
Sprache: Englisch
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