HIV/AIDS Policy and Law Review 3(2-3) Spring 1997

FEATURES

  • Guidelines on HIV/AIDS and Human Rights
  • Supreme Court to Hear Cuerrier Case
  • Testing of Pregnant Women: Issues and Options

TESTING AND CONFIDENTIALITY

  • HIV Testing and Confidentiality: A Discussion Paper
  • HIV Testing in Pregnancy: A Duty or a Choice?
  • A New World of HIV Testing: Experiences with Home Testing
  • Canada — Rapist Required to Submit to HIV Testing
  • South Africa — National Policy on HIV Testing and Informed Consent Proposed

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

  • Criminal Law and HIV/AIDS: Final Report Released

IMMIGRATION

  • Immigration Policy May Be Reviewed to Require Routine HIV Testing of Immigrants
  • Challenging Ontario’s Denial of Medical Care to HIV-Positive Immigrants

EUTHANASIA

  • The Case for Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia
  • US Study on Physician-Assisted Suicide and Patients with HIV
  • Canadian Study on Euthanasia, Assisted Suicide and HIV/AIDS

DISCRIMINATION

  • European Study of Legal Services for Those Affected by HIV/AIDS-Related Discrimination
  • US — More than $400,000 Damages in HIV Discrimination Case

PRISONERS AND HIV/AIDS

  • Methadone and Sterile Needles Soon in Canadian Federal Prisons? Parliamentary Sub-Committee Hears Witnesses
  • Inmate AIDS Peer Education Project: Final Report Released
  • Prejudice Feeds Spread of HIV in Prisons
  • More Needle Exchange Programs in Prisons
  • Germany — Needle Exchange in Prisons in Lower Saxony: A Preliminary Review
  • The Netherlands: Court Orders Resumption of Methadone Maintenance
  • Australia — Not Giving Up the Fight: Prisoners’ Litigation Continues
  • Australia — Segregation of HIV-Positive Prisoners Illegal
  • Ukraine — Isolation of HIV-Positive Inmates Proposed
  • US — Prison Legislation Vetoed
  • South Africa — Order against the Minister of Correctional Services
  • South Africa — Corrections Department Required to Provide New Combination Therapies

INTERNATIONAL NEWS

  • Australia — Third National AIDS Strategy Launched
  • US — Priorities for Federal AIDS Policy Set
  • US — Puerto Rico Backs Away from Controversial AIDS Policies
  • US — North Dakota Authorizes Confinement

DRUG POLICY

  • Lost Lives, Lost Dollars: The Cost of US Government Inaction

ACCESS TO CARE AND TREATMENT

  • Compassionate Access to Investigational Therapies: Part II
  • Maggie Atkinson: A Response to the Parliamentary Sub-Committee’s Report and Recommendations
  • Trudo Lemmens: A Response to the Parliamentary Sub-Committee’s Report and Recommendations

PUBLICATIONS REVIEWED

  • François Dadour. Le phénomène du SIDA et le droit criminel: impacts et enjeux! Montréal: Éditions Thémis, 1996
  • Barry D Adam and Alan Sears. Experiencing HIV: Personal, Family and Work Relationships. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996

HUMAN RIGHTS SPECIAL FEATURE

  • HIV/AIDS, Human Rights and Public Health
  • Human Rights and the HIV Paradox

RESEARCH ON AIDS AND DRUG USE: GUIDELINES

  • Guidelines on Ethical and Legal Considerations in Research on HIV/AIDS and Drug Use at the Community Level
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