Appraisal of: Meier BM, Cabrera OA, Ayala A, Gostin LO. Bridging international law and rights-based litigation: Mapping health-related rights through the development of the Global Health and Human Rights Database. Health Hum Rights 2012;14(1):20-35.

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The aim of the article is to present the development process of the Global Health and Human Rights Database provided by O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, the World Health Organization (WHO) and Lawyers Collective. The purpose of the database is to bring together judgments, international and regional legal instruments, and national constitutions involving health and human rights. The article provides information about the background for the database development, the development process, organization of the content, and search functionalities.
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