HIV/AIDS Policy and Law Review 4(2-3) Spring 1999

FEATURES

  • Supreme Court Rules in R v Cuerrier
  • Legal, Ethical, and Human Rights Issues at Geneva98

CANADIAN NEWS

  • Legal, Ethical, and Human Rights Issues Raised by HIV/AIDS: A Plan for 1999–2003

HIV/AIDS IN CANADIAN COURTS

  • HIV/AIDS in Canadian Courts in 1998: An Overview
  • Québec Court of Appeal Rules on the Constitutionality of Law on Anal Sex

LEGAL CLINICS

  • The Montréal Legal Clinic for People with HIV/AIDS

DISCRIMINATION

  • HIV/AIDS and Discrimination: A Discussion Paper
  • Important Legal Victories for People with HIV/AIDS in the US

ABORIGINAL PEOPLE AND HIV/AIDS

  • “Where Are My Human Rights?”: Aboriginal People and HIV/AIDS

PUBLIC HEALTH

  • Lessons from Krever — A Personal Perspective

PREGNANCY AND HIV/AIDS

  • HIV Testing and Pregnancy: Medical and Legal Parameters of the Policy Debate

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

  • Criminal Law and HIV/AIDS: New Developments

HIV/AIDS IN PRISONS

  • HIV and Hep C Seroprevalence and Associated Risk Behaviours in a Canadian Prison
  • Male-to-Female Transsexuals and Transgendered People in Prisons: HIV/AIDS Issues and Strategies
  • Needle Distribution in the Swiss Prison Setting: A Breakthrough?
  • Prison and Drugs: Toward European Guidelines

INSURANCE

  • Current Issues in HIV/AIDS and Insurance: Part II

EMPLOYMENT

  • The Canadian AIDS Society’s Labour Force Participation Project for People with HIV/AIDS

NEW PUBLICATIONS

  • Legal Responses to AIDS in Comparative Perspective
  • Legal and Ethical Issues Raised by HIV/AIDS: Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography
  • HIV Testing and Confidentiality: Final Report
  • HIV/AIDS and the Law: A Resource Manual
  • ICASO Publications in the Area of HIV/AIDS and Human Rights

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • AIDS Impact – 4th International Conference

GENEVA98: LAW, ETHICS, AND HUMAN RIGHTS

  • Human Rights and Public Health: An Overview
  • Thirty Million and Counting: The Urgent Need to Move from Policy to Comprehensive Interventions
  • Creation of an Enabling and Gender-Just Legal Environment as a Prevention Strategy for HIV/AIDS among Women in India
  • A Human Rights Approach to Reducing Women’s Vulnerability to HIV/AIDS
  • Training HIV-Positive People to Document Human Rights Violations in Asia
  • Access to Treatment: AIDS-Affected Population in Costa Rica Wins Constitutional Challenge
  • Proposed Use of the Criminal Law to Deal with HIV Transmission in Zimbabwe
  • Priorities for Public Funds: Crisis in National Leadership?
  • Human Rights: Consequences for the HIV Epidemic — Beyond Policy Consensus to Effective Activism
  • Geneva98: Abstracts on Legal, Ethical, and Human Rights Issues
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