The Erasmus Observatory on Health Law
The Erasmus Observatory on Health Law was founded to explore health law, share in its study, and help pioneer its development. We represent a network of faculties, students, fellows, entrepreneurs, lawyers and ethicists working to identify and engage with the challenges and opportunities of health law. We investigate the real and possible boundaries in health law. We do this through active rather than passive research, believing that the best way to understand health law is to actually build out into it.
- Staff & Contact
- Health care rationing in Europe: the past, present and future. A multidisciplinary approach
- Conference New Reproductive Technologies and the European Fertility Market Rights
- Summerschool on Health Law and Ethics 2018
- Free access course EU Health law (online)
- Globalisation and International Health Law: A doctoral programme on doctrine and theory of international health law
3 november 2016
Bijeenkomst: De Wmo, de CRvB en Mensenrechten
Below you can find the slides (in Dutch only):
- Programma 'De Wmo, de CRvB en Mensenrechten'
- 'Sociale grondrechten en hun betekenis voor de Wmo 2015' (Martin Buijsen)
- 'Rechtsstatelijke aspecten van de decentralisaties in het sociale domein' (Gijsbert Vonk)
- 'De Wmo, de CRvB en Mensenrechten' (Bernard de Leest)
- 'Mensenrechten en zelfstandig wonen' (Ineke Boerefijn)