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Publications for work group 2 : Legal

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

2013

Older Europeans and the European Court of Justice

Older Persons’ use of the European Court of Human Rights

The Position of Older Workers in Labour Law

Autonomy in ICT for Older Persons at the Crossroads Between Legal and Care Practices

Is the ECHR ready for global ageing?

2012

Legal constructions of dementia: discourses of autonomy at the margins of capacity

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