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Publications for work group 2 : Legal

2018

Doron I., Georgantzi, N. (Eds.). (2018). Ageing, ageism and the law – european perspectives on the rights of older persons. Edward Elgar Publishing; Cheltenham, UK & Northampton, USA.

Doron, I., Werner, P., Spanier, B., & Lazar, O. (in press). Court rulings involving individuals with dementia in Israel: Mapping the terrain. International Journal of Psycho-geriatrics (17 pp.) doi: 10.1017/S1041610216002453

Karev, I., & Doron, I. (in press). The right to leisure in old age. Journal of Aging and Social Policy (25 pp.) doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08959420.2016.1261388

Mattsson, ‘E-government for the distribution of public services in Sweden: Privatization, Vulnerability and Social Responsibility reshaped’ in Albertson Fineman et al (eds.), Privatization, Vulnerability and Social Responsibility (Ashgate Publishing, forthcoming)

Spanier, B., & Doron, I. IOPHRI – International Older Persons Human Rights Index. (in press). The Elder Law Journal (35 pp.)

Werner, P., & Doron, I. (in press).  Alzheimer’s disease and the law: positive and negative consequences of structural stigma and labeling in the legal system.Aging and Mental Health (26 pp.) doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13607863.2016.1211989

2017

Harding, R., Fletcher, R. & Beasley, C. (2017). ReValuing Care in Theory, Law and Policy: Cycles and Connections’, Routledge: https://www.routledge.com/ReValuing-Care-in-Theory-Law-and-Policy-Cycles-and-Connections/Harding-Fletcher-Beasley/p/book/9781138943193

Katvan, E., Doron, I, et al. (2017). Age limitation for organ transplantation: the Israeli example. Age & Ageing, 46(1), 8-10. doi:10.1093/ageing/afw162

The legal appearances of dementia in court rulings: mapping the terrain

From Well-being to Rights: Creating an International Older Persons’ Human Rights Index (IOPHRI)

2016

Doron, I., Spanier, B., Lazar, O. (2016). Human rights of older persons in Africa.The Elder Law Review, 10, 1-44.

Georgantzi N (2016) The human rights of older people and end of life challenges: is there a need for a new UN instrument? Omsorg – Scandinavian Journal for Palliative Medicine, 2016/4.

Julén Votinius, ‘Intersectionality as a Tool for Analysing Age and Gender in Labour Law’ in Manfredi & Vickers (eds), Challenges of Active Ageing (Palgrave Macmillan 2016)

Numhauser-Henning & Rönnmar, ‘Age Discrimination and Labour Law in a Comparative Perspective’ in Carlson et al (eds), Globalisation, Fragmentation, Labour and Employment Law – A Swedish Perspective (Iustus 2016)

Numhauser-Henning & Rönnmar, ‘Age Discrimination and Labour Law in a Comparative Perspective’ in Carlson et al (eds), Globalisation, Fragmentation, Labour and Employment Law – A Swedish Perspective (Iustus 2016)

Numhauser-Henning & Rönnmar, ‘Age discrimination Law and Social Partners and Collective Bargaining’ in Mulder et al (eds.), Sui generis – Festskrift til Stein Evju (Universitetsforlaget Oslo 2016)

The Legal System and Alzheimer s Disease Social Workers and Lawyers Perceptions and Experiences

Quality Registries in Sweden, Healthcare Improvements and Elderly Persons with Cognitive Impairments

In Course of Change: Soft Law, Elder Rights, and the European Court of Human Rights

2015

Autonomy, capacity and vulnerable adults: filling the gaps in the Mental Capacity Act

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