freedom from harm

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WHO recommended respectful maternity care, which refers to care organized for and provided to all women in a manner that maintains their dignity, privacy and confidentiality; ensures freedom from harm and mistreatment; and enables informed choice and continuous support during labor and childbirth.
Talking about freedom from harm, he asked are our hospitals safe today?
I offer that in a new book in progress, tentatively titled Toleration and Freedom from Harm: Liberalism Reconceived (Routledge Press).
Here I rely on work in progress, where I defend my view of freedom from harm mentioned above.
Their stories transcend the colloquial notion of security as freedom from harm. As with many women globally, they define security in expansive terms--freedom from fear, freedom from intimidation, and freedom to access basic resources, services, and justice.
The NWAC, among others in the anti-violence movement, are standing up for Indigenous women's right to freedom from harm. They are challenging the myth that violence against Indigenous women exists only within Indigenous communities and rightly naming it a national epidemic that demands national and international action.
Claybrook co-authored two books, Retreat From Safety: Reagan's Attack on America's Health (Pantheon, 1984) and Freedom From Harm: The Civilizing Influence of Health, Safety, and Environmental Regulations (Public Citizen, 1986).
Q: I was interested in your point in Freedom From Harm that there's a long history of this sort of advocacy for consumer protection.

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