Health, Migration and Return:A Handbook for a Multidisciplinary Approach / Edition 1by Peter Van Krieken
Pub. Date: 11/30/2003
Publisher: T.M.C. Asser Press
This Handbook analyses the intricate relationship between health, migration and return from a variety of perspectives. With contributions by experts from the WHO, IOM and academia, it contains a wealth of relevant background documents, including an overview of praxis and of Strasbourg case-law. It offers a complete overview of theories from various disciplines and
This Handbook analyses the intricate relationship between health, migration and return from a variety of perspectives. With contributions by experts from the WHO, IOM and academia, it contains a wealth of relevant background documents, including an overview of praxis and of Strasbourg case-law. It offers a complete overview of theories from various disciplines and serves as a basis for wider debate, covering the right to health, medical norm-setting, ethics, the right to migration, the duty to return, health and migration, Strasbourg case law, the need for information and harmonization.
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Table of Contents
Preface Willibald Pahr; Acknowledgements; Introduction Peter van Krieken; The Noordwijkerhout First Steps; 1. HUMAN RIGHTS AND HEALTH: 1.1 The human rights debate: health Johan Feitsma; First and second generation: indivisibility Peter van Krieken, Willibald Pahr and Cees Flinterman; Right to health André den Exter, Herbert Hermans, Peter van Krieken and Birgit Toebes; General comments Peter van Krieken, André den Exter, Herbert Hermans and Cees Flinterman; 1.2 Legal texts: health; 1.3 General comment on the right to health GC 14 (2000); 2. HEALTH: 2.1 International norms: a survey on WHO's standard-setting Sabrina van Miltenburg; 2.2 Diseases; 2.3 The WHO model list of essential drugs as a standard of care? Hans Hogerzeil; 2.4 The WHO essential drugs list; 2.5 Sachs, The Economist and Health; 2.6 Third world realities: examples of non-inclusion Pierre Mercenier; 3. ETHICS: 3.1 Ethics, sovereignty and migration Berry Tholen and Myron Weiner; 3.2 The ethics and principles of health care provisions Heleen Dupuiss; 3.3 Health care and migration: Some ethical remarks Raoul Wirtz; 3.4 Compassion, solidarity and its limits: a moral dilemma Jacques de Milliano; 4. HUMAN RIGHTS, MIGRATION AND RETURN: 4.1 The human rights debate: migration and return Johan Feitsma and Frans Bouwen; Migration and health: no escape Peter van Krieken; The legal status of rejectees Kirk Grimmer and Erik Palinsky; Return, principles and problems; 4.2 Legal texts: migration and return; 4.3 The general comments on migration GC 15 (1986); GC 27 (1999); 5. Health and migration: 5.1 Health determinants in migrants: the impact of population mobility on health Brian Gushulak; 5.2 Emerging health challenges in the context of migration Manuel Carballo; 5.3 Health related movements Ivan Forgács; Health care and health-related migration in the former socialist countries Willem Beaumont; In-country movements: similarities between North and South Herbert Hermans and André den Exter; Cross-border services: the Maastricht triangle; 5.4 Migration health Monique Besseling; 5.5 In no position to help asylum seekers Jeroen Corduwener; 5.6 Treatment sur place; 5.7 An overview of the health aspects of return in the immigration context Brian Gushulak; 6. LEGAL PRACTICE: 6.1 Strasbourg: the search for criteria Peter van Krieken; Drawing the line Maud de Boer–Buquicchio Kai Träskelin; Deportation and serious illness in legal praxis; 6.2 Legal texts: ECHR; 6.3 Strasbourg Case Law Cruz Varas v. Sweden; D. v. UK; Bamba Bamba v. France; Tatete v. Switzerland; Tanko v. Finland; Karara v. Finland; SCC v. Sweden; 6.4 Praxis: the need for information and harmonization Christopher Baker; Bibliography; Abbreviations; Contributors/participants.
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