5 edition of War on Drugs, HIV/Aids And Human Rights (Sourcebook on Contemporary Controversies) found in the catalog.
by International Debate Education Association
Written in English
|Contributions||Kasia Malinowska-Sempruch (Editor), Sarah Gallagher (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||331|
Arthur Ammann recommends the best books on the HIV/Aids Plague. When dealing with epidemics, science does not have all the answers and relying on a new miracle drug is not always the solution. We must also learn the lessons of history, argues the veteran doctor of the HIV/Aids epidemic, Arthur Ammann. He picks the best books on ‘plagues.’. We reviewed evidence from more than studies and reports on the link between human rights abuses experienced by people who use drugs and vulnerability to HIV infection and access to services.
Jan 21, · This is a lively and provocative book on a topic of deep public and professional interest. Addressing a host of issues surrounding the place of illegal drugs in society, the text draws readers in to debates about?key contemporary issues including drug treatment, harm reduction,?classification, legislation and research. Human Rights and HIV/AIDS Now More Than Ever: 10 Reasons Why Human Rights Should Occupy the Center of the Global Aids Struggle By world leaders at the United Nations High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS in ; 16 freelancerscomic.com: Diane Batemarco.
Jun 27, · (Photo: Craig Strachan) July 27 is National HIV Testing Day and it’s not just a good time to get tested; it’s a good time to remember a big factor in the global HIV epidemic: the war on drugs. The global war on drugs and repressive law enforcement is “driving” the HIV/AIDS pandemic among drug users and their sexual partners in the United States and across the world, according to a Author: Truthout. The Center for HIV Law and Policy challenges barriers to the rights and health of people affected by HIV through legal advocacy, high-impact policy initiatives, and creation of cross-issue partnerships, networks, and resources. The War on Drugs and HIV/AIDS: How the Criminalization of Drug Use Fuels the Global Pandemic, Report of the Global.
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Get this from a library. War on drugs, HIV/AIDS, and human rights. [Kasia Malinowska-Sempruch; Sarah Gallagher;] -- Annotation Drug policies are often categorized in terms of public health and safety: governments forbid the voluntary use of certain substances.
Throughout the war on drugs, Thailand’s National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) was deluged with complaints of false arrest, improper inclusion in drug blacklists, and related violations of due.
Not Enough Graves: The War on Drugs, HIV/AIDS, and Violations of Human Rights in Thailand. Why do you have to kill people. It’s better to help drug users find ways to change their behavior.
The War on Drugs and the HIV/AIDS Pandemic The global war on drugs is driving the HIV/AIDS pandemic among people who use drugs and their sexual partners.
Today, there are an estimated 33 million people worldwide living with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and injecting drug use accounts for approximately one-third of new HIV.
ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages): illustrations. Contents: The war on drugs and the spread of HIV --Views on public health and human rights --Human rights and HIV in context --Designing programs and policies with a human rights freelancerscomic.com Title.
HIV and Human Rights Consequences of the Global "War on Drugs" Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Date human rights violations, and disease. This book examines the descent of the global war on drugs into a war on people who use drugs.
From Puerto Rico to Phnom Penh, Manipur to Moscow, the scars of this war are carried on the bodies and minds of drug. The War on Drugs: Undermining Human Rights. The global “war on drugs” has been fought for 50 years, without preventing the long-term trend of increasing drug.
supply and use. Beyond this failure, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has identified many serious “ unintended negative consequences ” of the drug war – including.
Jan 18, · In a final article, Michel Kazatchkine, UN secretary general special envoy on HIV/AIDS in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, The war on drugs causes massive human rights violations.
Aug 07, · Protection of the human rights of people who use drugs therefore is important not only because their rights must be respected, protected, and fulfilled, but also because it is an essential precondition to improving the health of people who use drugs.
Malinowska-Sempruch K Gallagher S War on drugs, HIV/AIDS and human rights. International Cited by: Oct 17, · [BOOK] PDF War on Drugs, HIV/Aids And Human Rights (Sourcebook on Contemporary Controversies) by. The global “war on drugs” is driving the HIV/AIDS pandemic among people who use drugs, although research has shown that repressive law enforcement forces users away from public health services and into hidden environments where HIV risk becomes markedly elevated.
Jan 17, · The war on drugs causes massive human rights violations In a final article, Michel Kazatchkine, UN secretary general special envoy on HIV/AIDS in. The War on Drugs and HIV/AIDS How the Criminalization of Drug Use Fuels the Global Pandemic REPORT OF THE GLOBAL COMMISSION ON DRUG POLICY International guidelines on HIV/AIDS and human rights.
This book contains 17 articles that assess drug control policies in the context of human rights, and address the growing need for HIV prevention among vulnerable populations. The articles are organized into 4 parts. Part 1, "The War on Drugs and the Spread of HIV," presents different approaches to drug policy along with analyses of their impact on public freelancerscomic.com by: Jun 25, · The Global Commission on Drug Policy’s report, “The War on Drugs and HIV/AIDS: How the Criminalization of Drug Use Fuels the Global Pandemic,” condemns the drug war as a failure and recommends immediate, major reforms of the global drug prohibition regime to halt the spread of HIV infection and other drug war harms.
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Human Rights and HIV/AIDS Now More Than Ever: 10 Reasons Why Human Rights Should Occupy the Center of the Global Aids Struggle By world leaders at the United Nations High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS in ; 16 pp. consultation on human rights and HIV/AIDS, and on their international dissemination.
The call for guidelines on human rights and HIV/AIDS was based on a recommendation contained in an earlier report of the Secretary-General to the Commission at its fi fty-fi rst session.
Feb 18, · The global war on drugs is severely jeopardizing the fight against AIDS. Criminalizing drug use drives the HIV pandemic not just among people who use drugs –.
FOR SEVERAL YEARS I HAVE studied Brazil’s management of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and the ways in which Brazil’s policies have contributed to the global fight against the HIV/AIDS epidemic.1 – 7 In this article, I analyze the links between public health and human rights, using the Brazilian government’s policy of free and universal access to anti-retroviral medicines (ARVs) for people with Cited by:.
“It was masturbation, not willpower, that made it possible for gazillions of women to walk down the aisle with their reputation and their hymen still intact.”.on human rights and HIV/AIDS, and on their international dissemination. 2. The call for guidelines on human rights and HIV/AIDS was based on a recommendation contained in an earlier report of the Secretary-General to the Commission at its fifty-first session (E/CN.4//45, para.
), which.Human Rights Watch, ‘ Not Enough Graves: The War on Drugs, HIV/AIDS, and Violations of Human Rights ’ (Human Rights Watch ), Vol 16, No 8 (C).
Human Rights Watch, ‘“Skin on the Cable” The Illegal Arrest, Arbitrary Detention and Torture of People Who Use Drugs in Cambodia’ ().Cited by: 3.