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Janet Austin
2017
"Gender, Participation and the Right to Health: Health Committees in Cape Town, South Africa"

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Marion Hasson
2016
"Leveraging Community Participation Through Health Committees to Achieve Health Rights: the Role Of Power”

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Gimenne Zwama
2016
"Improving Health Care Provider – Health Committee working Relationships for Responsive, People-Centred Health Systems"

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Theodore William John Abrahams
2015
"Community participation and the right to health for people with disability: A qualitative study into Health Committees’ understanding and practise of their governance role in relation to disability"

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Jennifer van Heerden
2013
"When university and community are incompatible: An ethnographic reflection on the institutional and contextual challenges of engaged research in South Africa"

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Renate Douwes, International Public Health - University Amsterdam / University of Cape Town
2012
"Social solidarity and collective action in rights claims for health in South Africa"

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Morgan Strecker, Master of Public Health - University of Cape Town
2011
"Realising the right to health through the use of print materials in the Western Cape, south Africa"

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Marjan Heida, Master of Health Sciences, International Public Health - University: Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam / University of Cape Town
2010
"An evaluation of a Toolkit on the right to health"

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Gabriella Glattstein-Young, Master of Public Health - University of Cape Town
2010
"Community health committees as a vehicle for community participation in advancing the right to health"

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Jacky Thomas
2009
"Is knowing your rights enough? A learning network to realise the right to health"

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