Where Human Rights Begin: Health, Sexuality, and Women in the New Millennium
More than a decade ago, three landmark world conferences placed the human rights of women on the international agenda. The first, in Vienna, officially extended the definition of human rights to include a woman's right to self-determination and equality. A year later, in Cairo, this concept was elaborated to deal explicitly with issues of sexuality and procreation. Subsequently, at a conference in Beijing, the international community committed to a wide range of practical interventions to advance women's sexual, social, political, and economic rights.
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Women s Reproductive and Sexual Rights
HIVAIDS and Reproductive Health
Maximizing the Impact of Cairo on China
International Human Rights from the Ground
Notes on Contributors