The Scope of the Right to Health in International Human Rights Law

"The right to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of mental & physical health" is defined as a fundamental right which has critical important for the realization of the other rights. Belonged to the second generation of human rights, however, the right to health is in close linkage with other generations of human rights. This right entails a range of different rights which play inevitable role in its realization. To this end, enjoyment of the clean drinking water, adequate food, clean environment, access to essential medicines,… have been regarded as underlying determinants of the right to health. By virtue of this, we can argue that all human rights are interrelated, interdependent and inalienable. The realization of the highest attainable standard of health also depends on the maximum use of the available resources of states. Moreover, it would essentially be realized progressively.
Journal of Public Law Research, Volume:15 Issue: 41, 2014
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