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Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network. (2005) Nothing about us without us: greater, meaningful involvement of people who use illegal drugs: a public health, ethical, and human rights imperative. Montréal: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network.

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This report explains why it is important to increase meaningful involvement of people who use drugs in creating a response to HIV and hepatitis C.

The report summarizes the main issues addressed in the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network’s paper on greater involvement of people who use illegal drugs. In particular, it explains why people who use illegal drugs must be meaningfully involved in Canada’s response to HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C (HCV), and injection drug use, and the benefits of greater involvement. The booklet also contains a manifesto written by people who use drugs, and describes the achievements of two organizations of people who use drugs, the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users and the Thai Drug Users’ Network.


Item Type
Report
Publication Type
International, Guideline, Report
Drug Type
Substances (not alcohol/tobacco)
Intervention Type
General / Comprehensive, Drug therapy, Treatment method, Harm reduction, Education and training, Psychosocial treatment method, Rehabilitation/Recovery, Screening / Assessment
Date
2005
Call No
GH16.12.6, VC4
Pages
17 p.
Publisher
Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Corporate Creators
Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Place of Publication
Montréal
Notes
Offprint of original.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 3813 (Electronic Only)

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