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Samvetsfrihet i relation till kvinnors reproduktionsfrihet : en studie över vad samvetsklausuler för vårdpersonal kan innebära för kvinnors reproduktionsfrihet

Wiklund Stjärnfeldt, Johanna LU (2011) MRSK30 20102
Human Rights Studies
Abstract
The essay evolves around the recently adopted European Council resolution (doc. 1763) which states that doctors, other health personnel and even institutions, have the right to conscientious objection. The essay examines, through a feministic lens with women’s rights as priority, if conscientious objection that denies or obstructs women from their lawful
rights is a breach and a threat of women’s human rights. It also examines if the right to reproductive freedom can be seen as a human right by the general human rights conventions. The reached conclusion is that the right to reproductive freedom is protected by general human rights law and that the use of conscientious objection by doctors and other health personnel is a threat to... (More)
The essay evolves around the recently adopted European Council resolution (doc. 1763) which states that doctors, other health personnel and even institutions, have the right to conscientious objection. The essay examines, through a feministic lens with women’s rights as priority, if conscientious objection that denies or obstructs women from their lawful
rights is a breach and a threat of women’s human rights. It also examines if the right to reproductive freedom can be seen as a human right by the general human rights conventions. The reached conclusion is that the right to reproductive freedom is protected by general human rights law and that the use of conscientious objection by doctors and other health personnel is a threat to women’s access to their human rights. (Less)
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author
Wiklund Stjärnfeldt, Johanna LU
supervisor
organization
course
MRSK30 20102
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Abortion, Women's rights, Conscientious objection, Reproductive freedom, Human rights, European Council
language
Swedish
id
1759805
date added to LUP
2011-02-07 19:43:56
date last changed
2014-09-04 08:27:53
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  abstract     = {The essay evolves around the recently adopted European Council resolution (doc. 1763) which states that doctors, other health personnel and even institutions, have the right to conscientious objection. The essay examines, through a feministic lens with women’s rights as priority, if conscientious objection that denies or obstructs women from their lawful 
rights is a breach and a threat of women’s human rights. It also examines if the right to reproductive freedom can be seen as a human right by the general human rights conventions. The reached conclusion is that the right to reproductive freedom is protected by general human rights law and that the use of conscientious objection by doctors and other health personnel is a threat to women’s access to their human rights.},
  author       = {Wiklund Stjärnfeldt, Johanna},
  keyword      = {Abortion,Women's rights,Conscientious objection,Reproductive freedom,Human rights,European Council},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Samvetsfrihet i relation till kvinnors reproduktionsfrihet : en studie över vad samvetsklausuler för vårdpersonal kan innebära för kvinnors reproduktionsfrihet},
  year         = {2011},
}