Children’s Right to Health: Childhood obesity

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Children’s Right to Health: Childhood obesity. / Ó Cathaoir, Katharina Eva.

2018. Abstract from Bergen Exchanges Conference 2018, Bergen, Norway.

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Ó Cathaoir, KE 2018, 'Children’s Right to Health: Childhood obesity', Bergen Exchanges Conference 2018, Bergen, Norway, 20/08/2018 - 24/08/2018.

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Ó Cathaoir, K. E. (2018). Children’s Right to Health: Childhood obesity. Abstract from Bergen Exchanges Conference 2018, Bergen, Norway.

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Ó Cathaoir KE. Children’s Right to Health: Childhood obesity. 2018. Abstract from Bergen Exchanges Conference 2018, Bergen, Norway.

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Ó Cathaoir, Katharina Eva. / Children’s Right to Health: Childhood obesity. Abstract from Bergen Exchanges Conference 2018, Bergen, Norway.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Is childhood obesity a case of medical neglect? Does it warrant state intervention? What is the state’s responsibility in creating a regulatory framework that supports parents in making healthy choices for their children’s nutrition: prohibition of obesogenic marketing for children, hidden sugars, etc. Do children have a right to not just food, but to healthy and safe food? How is the issue of malnutrition/obesity addressed in the child welfare system? Have there been cases heard in national or international courts? The ECJ ruled in 2014 that obesity can be a disability, at least in the work context. Are parents and/or the state guilty of disabling children by not doing more to prevent childhood obesity?",
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