- Editorial 2001 (2)
- FORUM CONTRIBUTION: South African court rules on the state's obligation to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV
- Debunking "Conglomo-talk": A case study of the amicus curiae as an instrument for advocacy, investigation and mobilisation
- Taking responsibilities seriously: The role of the state in preventing transmission of HIV from mother to child
- Aiding intolerance and fear: The nature and extent of AIDS discrimination in South Africa
- Testing for HIV/AIDS: The constitutional standard
- FORUM CONTRIBUTION: Comment on the Code of Good Practice: Key Aspects of HIV/AIDS and Employment
- FORUM CONTRIBUTION: A summary of some cases on HIV/AIDS
- Gender-specific HIV policies and programmes at South African workplaces - p 89
- “Poverty production” and human rights in the African context
- Discrimination based on HIV/AIDS status
- Legislative and executive translation of the right to have access to health care services
- The approaches of the African Commission to the right to health under the African Charter - p 393.
- The relevance of a multidisciplinary Interpretation of selected aspects related to women’s sexual and reproductive health rights in Africa – p 177
- Geography, marginalisation and the performance of the right to have access to health care services in Johannesburg – pg. 1.
- States’ Obligations in Relation to Access to Medicines: Revisiting Kenyan High Court Decision in P.A.O and Others v Attorney General and Another - p 24