Drug control, human rights, and harm reduction in the age of AIDS – HIV/AIDS Policv and Law Review 9(3), December 2004

This article by Richard Elliott is an abridged version of a paper prepared for “Human Rights at the Margins: HIV/AIDS, Prisoners, Drug Users and the Law,” a satellite meeting held in Bangkok on 9 July 2004, and organized by the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network and the Lawyers Collective HIV/AIDS Unit (India). The article briefly outlines the impact of these two different policy approaches, examines international law on drug control, discusses how harm reduction reflects a human rights-based approach to drugs, and assesses some strategies for reforming global policy on illicit drugs.

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