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From the time of Florence Nightingale, humanitarian health and aid workers have dedicated themselves to the welfare of patients outside of their own communities, nobly sacrificing their own safety,...
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Peace and health have long been connected through significant social structures such as violent conflict and social/economic inequalities and oppression. Peace and health have also been connected t...
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It has been a privilege to be asked to edit this edition of Peace Review and to see such interests in the connections between peace and health. Peace through Health (PtH) was developed at McMaster ...
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Since the mid-nineteenth century a significant, though not yet complete, shift in both the politics and the teachings of popes regarding war and peace has occurred, in an increasingly pacifist dire...
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There is no question that peace and health are inextricably linked. War affects human health through the direct violence of military arms and through the structural violence that leads to major int...
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