3 edition of Protecting environmental and health rights in Africa found in the catalog.
Protecting environmental and health rights in Africa
Ibironke Tinuola Odumosu
|Contributions||Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre., Canadian Institute of Resources Law.|
|LC Classifications||KQC572 .O38 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 88 p. ; 28 cm.|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||2007386587|
One of the few cases where environmental rights and socio-economic rights are dealt with is the Minister of Public Works v Kyalami Ridge Environmental Association (3) SA (CC) where the Court was asked to overturn, on environmental and other grounds, a decision by the government to provide temporary shelter for victims of flooding. Environmental law, or sometimes known as environmental and natural resources law, is a term used to explain regulations, statutes, local, national and international legislation, and treaties designed to protect the environment from damage and to explain the legal consequences of such damage towards governments or private entities or individuals.
A background to health law and human rights in South Africa 7 Key Points: Different health services Because there are many causes of ill health, there are also many different aspects of health services. These include: Physical health. Mental health. Sexual and reproductive health. Occupational health. Environmental health. environmental rights and economic d evelopment. Human rights cannot be fully realised within a degraded or polluted environment. Linking economic development with environmental rights creates a rights -based approach to environmental protection that places the people harmed by environmental d egradation at its centre. 8.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This title is a must have for anyone in the health sector as it highlights the key issues that constitute and affect health law in post apartheid South Africa. It is a title that has innovative ideas on how the law can be used to protect and serve its people more effectively. Table of Contents. Preface; Introduction: the relevance of health rights litigation in Africa, Ebenezer Durojaye. Part I The Normative Framework on the Right to Health: The normative framework on the right to health under international human rights law, Olubayo Oluduro and Ebenezer Durojaye; A human rights-based approach to realising access to sexual and reproductive health rights in sub.
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Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Odumosu, Ibironke Tinuola. Protecting environmental and health rights in Africa. Calgary, Alta.: Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre: Canadian Institute of Resources Law, © (DLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource.
Environmentalism or environmental rights is a broad philosophy, ideology, and social movement regarding concerns for environmental protection and improvement of the health of the environment, particularly as the measure for this health seeks to incorporate the impact of changes to the environment on humans, animals, plants and non-living environmentalism focuses.
The Protection of the Human Environment Programme provides guidance and technical support to Member States of the WHO African Region to formulate, implement, monitor and evaluate policies, strategies and action plans that are effective in addressing health and environment linkages, in view of achieving the MDGs and in the context of the Libreville Declaration on health and environment in Africa.
Litigating the Right to Health in Africa provides a deep look into the right to health as it is understood in the African context. While most analyses of socioeconomic rights in Africa rely on litigation emerging from South Africa, this collection covers nearly all the sub-regions of the continent.
University of Calgary PRISM: University of Calgary's Digital Repository Research Centres, Institutes, Projects and Units Canadian Institute of Resources Law Protecting Env. The work of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Office of Environmental Information, to protect human health and the environment, is unveiled by Open Access Government.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was formed on December 2nd, as an agency of the federal government of the U.S. Human Rights, Health & Environmental Protection: Linkages in Law & Practice A Background Paper for the World Health Organization Dinah Shelton Professor of Law, Notre Dame London Law Centre, London This is a working paper, and hence it represents research in pr ogress.
This paper represents the opinions of individual authors and is the product. environment protection. Subsuming environmental law into human rights makes the environment only a function of human needs and rights rather than an issue that deserves protection in and of itself.
The separate existence of environmental and human rights organisations within a multilevel governance structure therefore has its advantages. Countless children’s books offer meaningful messages about nature, recycling, environmental activism and more.
We’ve rounded up a sample of Keep scrolling for a selection of books that feature themes of environmental conservation. Nairobi, 21 February - Africa's leaders should put implementing environment and health issues at the top of their national and continent-wide policies if growing challenges such as air.
Health Professions Council of South Africa – Environmental Health (HPCSA) The current Chair of the Africa Region I.F.E.H. Our Institute publishes a magazine every six months. This magazine carries current Environmental Health Issues, announcements and advertises our sponsors called Enviro-Health.
History of environmental protection. Environmental protection in Tanzania began during the German occupation of East Africa () — colonial conservation laws for the protection of game and forests were enacted, whereby restrictions were placed upon traditional indigenous activities such as hunting, firewood collecting, and cattle grazing.
In the yearSerengeti has officially. The book also takes a comparative approach to litigating the right to health before regional human rights bodies. This book will be valuable reading to scholars, researchers, policymakers, activists and students interested in the right to health. In the Africa Environment Outlook 3: Our Environment, Our Health, UNEP found that a full 28 percent of Africa’s disease burden is a result of environmental factors like contaminated water, which causes diarrheal disease, and air pollution, which causes respiratory illness.
Find out some adverse effects of noise pollution on human health. ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION Environmental protection is a practice of protecting the natural environment at individual, organizational or governmental levels, for the benefit of the natural environment and humans.
Due to the pressures of population and technology, the. Dewa Mavhinga, HRW’s southern Africa director, added: “Southern Africa’s leaders should do more to uphold and protect human rights and meet the basic needs of all the people.
of South Africa, (the Constitution) protects both the right to development and the right to environmental protection.7 The State had two main problems, namely, the realisation of socio-economic rights and protecting the environment.8 In order to strike a balance between the two.
group in need of special protection. This Chapter will look at: • Children’s rights under our Constitution and law, especially • health care, welfare and education rights.
Identifying the types of discrimination we will have to fight against when children are living with HIV or AIDS, or affected by HIV or AIDS. The World Health Organization, Regional Ofﬁce for Africa, wishes to express special thanks to H.E.
Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the President of the Republic of Liberia, for her leadership in the work. Third, Poswa, TT (). “Environmental Health Ethical Practice and Challenges: A Case Study in a Metropolitan Municipality in South Africa”, a poster paper presented at an International Environmental Health Conferenceheld at Pullman Hotel, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia on October.
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Intellectual underpinnings. Environmental thought and the various branches of the environmental movement are often classified into two intellectual camps: those that are considered anthropocentric, or “human-centred,” in orientation and those considered biocentric, or.food, freedom of worship, good working environment, education and health can also be affected by an unhealthy or unwholesome environment.
In recognition of the vital connection Constitution undertakes to protect and improve the environment and safeguard it,10 yet the Human Rights in Africa. London: Macmillan Press, p.
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