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The Centre undertakes research on issues related to healthcare from a developing world perspective on social justice. It adopts a multidisciplinary approach and focuses particularly on access to drugs, health and sexuality, sexual minority rights, reproductive rights, realization of a constitutional right to health, implication of advancement in technology on access to healthcare, and anti-discrimination law and policy relating to contagious diseases in India and abroad. The Centre seeks to foster informed dialogue among various stakeholders including policymakers, lawyers, activists, and the medical industry and profession, and is dedicated to advancing the entrenched constitutional right to health irrespective of race, caste, ethnicity, national origin, disability, gender or poverty.