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Immigrant and migrant publics and the right to health
Beatrix Hoffman

addresses that question by examining how international human rights treaties on the right to health have included or excluded people who move across national borders. Both public health and international rights regimes have generally assumed that the protected subject is a citizen. Despite its foundation in the mass displacement of people following the Second World War, the United Nations was extremely slow

in Publics and their health
Bonnie Evans

to increase. Laws concerning autism as a kind of social disability therefore applied to increasing numbers of people and affirmed their international rights to be non-social or non-interactive beings if they so chose. Without any clear-cut biochemical basis for the category of autism, what essentially occurred from the 1980s in the UK, and from the 1990s across Europe, was that

in The metamorphosis of autism