124. THE VIEW FROM ORTHODOXY: POINT/COUNTERPOINT ON GLOBALIZATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS. »

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Claudio Schuftan MD September 1, 2017

Key words: Human rights, globalization, contradictions

IJHS, 2017 

Setting the stage

The two decades following the Cold Read more…

123. WHO’s WORK IN RELATION TO HEALTH AND NUTRITION SHOULD COUNTER THE PRIVATIZATION AGENDA, BUT DOES IT? »

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Donor countries (the US in particular) continue to push WHO towards working with industry through ‘multi‐stakeholder partnerships’, rather than giving WHO the chance Read more…

424. WHAT WE ARE DEFENDING IS NOTHING LESS THAN THE RIGHT TO HEALTH (!), NOT UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE PER-SE. »

[Adapted from Anchoring Universal Health Coverage in the RTH: What difference would it make? Policy Brief, WHO, 2015, G. Ooms and R. Hammond Read more…

423. THE PARTICIPATION RHETORIC HAS HIDDEN THE REALITY OF WHAT EXCLUSION IN HUMAN RIGHTS TERMS REALLY IS. »

Look at the travesty of language: ‘The excluded’ are the majority, no?; actually, the ‘included’ are the minority. [By the way: We, human Read more…

422. PRESIDENT OBAMA OFTEN REMINDED US THE ARC OF HISTORY IS LONG; BUT DOES IT BEND TOWARDS JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS? BENDING THE ARC OF HISTORY WE MUST. »

1. Here are a bunch of questions that have for long puzzled other critics and me

• Why is it that those who Read more…

421. THE VIEW FROM ORTHODOXY: POINT/COUNTERPOINT ON GLOBALIZATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS. »

[Excerpted from F&D, the IMF quarterly publication, 53:4, December 2016 (with human rights issues added)].

Setting the stage

1. The two decades following Read more…

420. RELIGIONS HAVE A STRONG POWER ON POLITICS, ON SOCIETY AND ON HUMAN RIGHTS: THEY SHAPE WORLD VIEWS, WAYS OF LIFE AND THE TYPE OF SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT OF MANY PEOPLE AROUND THE GLOBE. (N. Farouq) »

Religion and Science

1. Insofar as religion makes claims in the area of science –which it does, because it talks about creation, about Read more…

419. FOR THOSE OF US WHO ADVOCATE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IT IS NOT ABOUT JUST TO CONVINCE OTHERS, BUT TO RECOMMIT OURSELVES. (Ken Harvey) »

-Human rights activists cry out, not just to rescue others from their oppression, but to preserve what is left of their own dignity. Read more…

122 AS I SEE THE CHALLENGES OF THE UN DECADE OF NUTRITION: SOME KEY POINTS. »

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CLAUDIO SCHUFTAN Ho Chi Minh City cschuftan@phmovement.org

Letter to the Editor UNSCN NEWS 42, 2017, pp133-135

Point: A one-sided understanding of the foreseen Read more…

121 WHY POWER ONLY YIELDS TO COUNTER-POWER. »

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Claudio Schuftan, Ho Chi Minh City cschuftan@phmovement.org

In the words of John Kenneth Galbraith, the essence of development work ough to be Read more…