HIV/AIDS Policy and Law Review 5(4) 2000

FEATURES

  • An Ethical Analysis of the Mandatory Exclusion of Immigrants Who Test HIV-Positive
  • Legal, Ethical, and Human Rights Issues at Durban 2000

HIV/AIDS IN CANADIAN COURTS

  • Red Cross and Federal Government Held Liable for Hemophiliacs’ HIV Infection
  • Court Approves Final Red Cross Bankruptcy Plan to Compensate Blood Victims
  • Supreme Court to Hear Appeal in Negligence Claim against Red Cross for HIV Infection
  • Recent Court Rulings on Medical and Non-Medical Marijuana

CANADIAN NEWS

  • Panel Recommends Significant Changes to Federal Law against Discrimination
  • Victory for Transgendered People in Gaining Protection against Discrimination
  • Federal Law Recognizes Same-Sex “Common-Law Partners”
  • Ontario Adopts Policy on Discrimination Based on Gender Identity
  • Hiding Children to Avoid ARV Treatment

HIV/AIDS IN PRISONS

  • Needle Exchange Programs in Prisons in Spain

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

  • Criminal Law and HIV/AIDS: Update IV

PATENTS AND PRICES

  • Canada Loses Appeal of WTO Panel Ruling on Minimum Patent Terms
  • Canada Ordered to Implement WTO Ruling against “Stockpiling” of Generic Drugs
  • US Files WTO Complaints against Brazil over Requirement for “Local Working” of Patents
  • Canada Files WTO Complaint against EC
  • Complaint against Argentina over Protection of Patents and Test Data

INTERNATIONAL NEWS

  • Namibia: Refusal to Enlist HIV-Positive in Army Ruled Discriminatory
  • Ecuador: Police Force HIV Testing on Detained Transvestites
  • News from Venezuela
  • South Africa: Airline Found Guilty of Employment Discrimination

PUBLICATIONS REVIEWED

  • Health and Human Rights: A Reader
  • Drug Use and Prisons: An International Perspective

HIV/AIDS AND THE LAW

  • HIV/AIDS Legal Issues in the United States
  • Draft Discussion Paper on HIV/AIDS and Immigration Released

DURBAN 2000: LAW, ETHICS, AND HUMAN RIGHTS

  • Putting Third First: Critical Legal Issues and HIV/AIDS
  • Putting Third First: Opening Statement
  • Resolving Legal, Ethical, and Human Rights Challenges in HIV Vaccine Research
  • Criminal Law and HIV/AIDS: Strategic Considerations
  • Using Rights and the Law to Reduce Women’s Vulnerability to HIV
  • The Deafening Silence of AIDS
  • Gender, Sexuality, and HIV/AIDS: The What, the Why, and the How
  • Human Rights and the AIDS Crisis: The Debate Over Resources
  • Revising the Declaration of Helsinki: Ethics vs Economics or the Fallacy of Urgency
  • Access to Treatment as a Right to Life and Health
  • A Human Rights Critique of the United Kingdom’s HIV Response
  • Durban 2000: Abstracts on Legal, Ethical, and Human Rights Issues
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