alexa Human rights, environmental justice, and the health of farm workers in South Africa.


Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy

Author(s): London L

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Abstract Despite the democratization of South Africa in 1994, which brought the agricultural sector within the ambit of legal protection, farm workers remain vulnerable to an undue burden of social and health problems. Alcohol abuse due to the DOP system, pesticide poisonings, and other occupational hazards illustrate that the likely success of efforts at redress depends on a greater awareness of the rights and justice dimensions of the health problems facing these workers. International trade policies may exacerbate inequalities that deprive them of opportunities to realize their rights at national level. A public health agenda must integrate into programs and policies to address the health of farm workers the recognition that violations of their rights underlie much of their burden of ill health. This article was published in Int J Occup Environ Health and referenced in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy

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