- Science, ethics and society
- Machine generated contents note: pt. One Framing Global Ethics and International Justice -- 1.On Some Difficulties for Any Theory of Global Health Justice / Stephen R. Latham -- 2.Ethics and Global Health Inequalities / Richard Ashcroft -- 3.Why Bioethics Must Be Global / Peter West-Oram -- 4.Needs, Obligations and International Relations for Global Health in the Twenty-First Century / Solomon R. Benatar -- 5.Just Health, from National to Global: Claiming Global Social Protection / Rachel Hammonds -- pt. Two Practical Challenges in Global Health Governance -- 6.Righting Climate Change Wrongs? The Human Right to Health as Accountability Mechanism for the Health Impacts of Climate Change / Keith Syrett -- 7.Genetically Modified Organisms: An Ethical and Sustainable Way to Food Security? / Lisbeth Witthøfft Nielsen -- 8.Improving Global Health: Intellectual Property Rights and Alternative Ways of Incentivizing Innovation / Sadie Regmi -- 9.Drug Resistance, Patents and Justice: Who Owns the Effectiveness of Antibiotics? / James Wilson -- 10.Health in the International Governance of Biotechnology - The Real, the Ideal and the Achievable / Catherine Rhodes -- 11.Awareness of and Education about the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC): Why this is Needed by All Life Scientists and How it Might be Achieved / Malcolm Dando -- pt. Three Political and Regulatory Responses in Global Health -- 12.The Human Right to Health: Whose Obligation? / Doris Schroeder -- 13.Institutionalizing Solidarity for Health / Thomas Gebauer -- 14.Reinforcing Global Health Normative Frameworks and Legal Obligations: Can Adaptive Governance Help? / William Onzivu -- 15.Meeting Basic Survival Needs of the World's Least Healthy People: Toward a Framework Convention on Global Health / Lawrence O. Gostin.
- 9781780933979 (hardback)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 265-288) and index.
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