Using human rights-based approaches to conceptualise lesbian and bisexual women's health inequalities.

@article{Fish2010UsingHR,
  title={Using human rights-based approaches to conceptualise lesbian and bisexual women's health inequalities.},
  author={Julie Fish and Susan Bewley},
  journal={Health & social care in the community},
  year={2010},
  volume={18 4},
  pages={355-62}
}
This article makes a contribution to current debates in human rights-based approaches to lesbian and bisexual (LB) women's health. With reference to concepts embodied in the Yogyakarta Principles, it is proposed that the right to health includes access to health information, participation, equity, equality and non-discrimination. Specifically, the article examines how LB women's health can be considered as a health inequality and discusses international developments to reduce disparities… CONTINUE READING
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