Some recent commission on human rights
resolutions Relating to the right to health
Some resolutions explicitly referring to the
right to health or aspects of the right to health
- Resolution 2002/61 on human rights of persons
- Resolutions 2002/32 and
2001/33 on access to medication in the context of
pandemics such as HIV/AIDS.
- Resolution 2002/31 on
the right of everyone to the enjoyment of the
highest attainable standard of physical and mental
- Resolution 2001/35 on adverse effects of
the illicit movement and dumping of toxic and
dangerous products and wastes on the enjoyment of
- Resolutions 2001/27 and 2000/82 on
effects of structural adjustment policies and
foreign debt on the full enjoyment of all human
rights, particularly economic, social and cultural
Some resolutions with provisions bearing
significantly on the right to health
Resolution 2002/92 on the rights of the child.
Resolution 2002/65 on human rights and indigenous
Resolution 2002/52 on elimination of
violence against women.
Resolution 2002/51 on
traffic in women and girls.
on protection of migrants and their families.
Resolution 2002/23 on the right to education.
Resolution 2001/71 on human rights and bioethics.
Resolution 2001/51 on the protection of human
rights in the context of human immunodeficiency
virus (HIV) and acquired immune deficiency syndrome