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Legal Network News: Back issues (from 1999 to 2011) of our quarterly newsletter.
HIV/AIDS Policy & Law Review: Back issues (from 1994 to 2012) of our flagship journal on HIV and the law.
Evidence, analysis, action
September 30, 2015 | Doc Type: Briefing Papers
Across Canada, far too many people are dying from drug overdoses. This public health emergency can affect anyone, including those using prescription opioids medically or non-medically, as well as people who use drugs purchased on the illegal and unregulated market.
Letter to Prime Minister and Ministers of International Trade, Health, and International Development re: Access to medicines and the Trans‐Pacific Partnership
November 13, 2015 | Doc Type: Advocacy
November 11, 2015 | Doc Type: Advocacy