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South African Journal of Occupational Therapy

On-line version ISSN 2310-3833
Print version ISSN 0038-2337

S. Afr. j. occup. ther. vol.38 n.1 Pretoria  2008

 

GUEST EDITORIAL

 

Human Rights: A professional responsibility and an institutional obligation

 

 

Leslie London

Director of the School of Public Health and Family Medicine and Head: Health and Human Rights Division, University of Cape Town

 

 

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References

1. Mann J. Human rights and the new public health. Health and Human Rights, 1995; 1: 229-233.         [ Links ]

2. Mji G. The use of the confessional tale as a tool to enter the critical tale and become an advocate for those at the margins - a researcher's journey and reflection. SAJOT 2008 (in this edition).         [ Links ]

3. Van Niekerk L. Participation in work: a human rights issue for people with psychiatric disabilities. SAJOT 2008 (in this edition).         [ Links ]

4. Gcaza S, Lorenzo T. Discovering the barriers that stop children with disabilities from being children: the impact of lack of access to mobility devices - a human rights perspective. SAJOT 2008 (in this edition).         [ Links ]

5. Rule S. CBR students' understanding of the oppression of people with disabilities. SAJOT 2008 (in this edition).         [ Links ]

6. Van der Reyden D. The right to respect for autonomy. Part 1 - What is autonomy all about? SAJOT 2008 (in this edition).         [ Links ]

7. Lorenzo T. "We are also travellers": an action story about disabled women mobilising for an accessible public transport system in Khayelitsha and Nyanga, Cape Metropole, South Africa. SAJOT 2008 (in this edition).         [ Links ]

8. Gruskin S, Tarantola D. Health and human rights. In: Last J, editor. Oxford Textbook of Public Health. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2002: 311-335.         [ Links ]

9. London L. 'Issues of equity are also issues of rights': Lessons from experiences in Southern Africa. BMC Public Health 2007, 7:14. URL: http://www.biomedcentral.com/content/pdf/l47l-2458-7-l4.pdf.         [ Links ]

10. Health Professions Council of South Africa. Proposed core curriculum on human rights, ethics and medical law for health care practitioners. 2007. Pretoria: HPCSA.         [ Links ]

11. London L, Baldwin-Ragaven L, Kalebi A, Maart S, Petersen L, Kasolo J. Developing human rights competencies for South African health professional graduates. South African Medical Journal, 2007; 97: 1269-1270.         [ Links ]

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