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Canadian Development Report 2007

2007

Canadian Development Report 2007

Published: November 20, 2007

The Global Right to Health

The Canadian Development Report 2007 – The Global Right to Health – poses important questions: How does the right to health impact on development in the North and in the South? How should a health care system be structured for the benefit of all citizens, especially the poor? What role does civil society play in achieving the right to health? How should a health care structure based on the right to health be financed? What role is Canada playing in achieving the global right to health?

In addition, the CDR 2007 includes up-to-date statistics and analysis related to social and economic indicators of developing countries, along with statistics regarding the Canadian government’s involvement with such countries.

Available in both English and French, the Canadian Development Report 2007 – The Global Right to Health – is a valuable tool and reference for academics, students, analysts, policy-makers and others with interests in public health care and development.

ISBN 1-896770-88-6 (Also available in French, Rapport canadien sur le developpement 2007 – ISBN 1-896770-89-4)

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