1. Human rights play a crucial role in health law and policy. This book systematically explores a range of themes and dimensions of 'health and human rights'. It discusses the approaches of the UN, Council of Europe and EU to health and human rights, as well as a number of important themes including autonomy and paternalism, vulnerability and entitlements, abortion, digitisation and artificial intelligence, and questions surrounding death and dying.
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  2. Millions of children are on the move worldwide. Children are fleeing conflicts and wars. They move with or without their parents to attain a better future. This book reflects the growing concern for children and children's rights in immigration in academia and practice and shows the diversity of issues related to immigration and children, including family reunification, detention, participation, human trafficking and the rights of siblings in ...
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  3. When buying goods or services on behalf of a public authority, procurement officers must translate the buyer’s needs into tender documents that are clear, lawful, and well-designed. This guide helps them in this task. Rich in practical examples, it is written for procurement practitioners at all levels of government – from the local to the international – including drafters of calls for tenders, controllers, tender evaluators, managers who aut...
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  4. This book aims to provide stakeholders – students, but also academics, practitioners, civil servants, and consumers - with a better knowledge of the EU rules on public procurement and State aid. By treating these two legal fields in one volume, the book also intends to draw attention to the largely unexplored links and interfaces between public procurement and State aid rules.
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