- Title Pages
- Notes on the Contributors
- Introduction: Health Inequality and Global Redistributive Justice
- Chapter 1 Is There a Human Right to Health?1
- Chapter 2 What's Wrong with Global Health Inequalities?1
- Chapter 3 Ecological Subjects, ‘Ethical Place-making’ and Global Health Equity
- Chapter 4 Health Inequalities, Capabilities and Global Justice
- Chapter 5 Re-Examining the Ethical Foundations: Behind the Distribution of Global Health
- Chapter 6 Global Health and Responsibility
- Chapter 7 Outlining the Global Duties of Justice Owed to Women Living with HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa
- Chapter 8 Measuring Global Health1
- Chapter 9 Exploring A Sufficiency View of Health Equity1
- Chapter 10 Rating Efforts to Extend Access on Essential Medicines: Increasing Global Health Impact1
- Chapter 11 Justice and Health Inequalities in Humanitarian Crises: Structured Health Vulnerabilities and Natural Disasters1
- Chapter 12 ‘Illegal’ Migrants and Access to Public Health: A Human Rights Approach1
- Chapter 13 Medical Migration Between the Human Right to Health and Freedom of Movement1
- Chapter 14 Healthcare Migration, Vulnerability and Individual Autonomy: The Case of Malawi
- Health Inequalities and Global Justice
- Edinburgh University Press
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