The tool was prepared with reference to Government of Canada policies and practices, and the primary audience is program staff in Canada in non-governmental development organizations community based AIDS organizations the private sector who prepare funding proposals, and manage and evaluate projects or programs, which address HIV/AIDS and related issues in developing countries and countries … Read more
This report presents seven stories of community mobilization. They include: Improving Relations Between the GLBT Community and the Ottawa Police; Fighting to Keep Disability Benefits in Ontario; Addressing Barriers that Put Women in B.C. at Risk; Building a Sense of Connection, Belonging, and Esteem through the International Two-Spirit Gathering Movement; Fighting for a Supervised Injection … Read more
FEATURES The UNGASS Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS: One Year Later The UNGASS Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS: A Review of Legislation in Six Southern African Countries CANADIAN NEWS Mandatory HIV Testing Used to Bar Potential Immigrants Troubled Times for Canada’s Medical Marijuana Program House of Commons Committee Holds Hearings on AIDS Survey Reveals Human … Read more
FEATURES The 1st Annual Awards for Action on HIV/AIDS and Human Rights House of Commons Committee Releases Report on Canada’s Drug Strategy HIV/AIDS in Prisons: Recent Developments CANADIAN NEWS Canada Refuses to Issue a Visa to an HIV-Positive Worker on Antiretroviral Drugs Supervised Injection Sites: Minister of Health Ready to Review Applications for Pilot Research … Read more
FEATURES Preventing Mother-to-Child Transmission: Landmark Decision by South African Court Compulsory HIV Testing after an Occupational Exposure Establishing Safe Injection Facilities in Canada: Legal and Ethical Issues Report on Complementary/Alternative Health Care and HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS in Prisons: New Developments CANADIAN NEWS Concerns Raised about New Immigration Rules Physicians Dislike New Medical Marijuana Regulations Blood Donor … Read more
The Discussion Paper examines the issues raised for the Aboriginal community by HIV testing and confidentiality, based on interviews of individuals working in the field of HIV/AIDS and Aboriginal people, and on research conducted by the author.
The Discussion Paper examines the issues raised for Aboriginal communities by the relationship between jurisdiction and HIV/AIDS programs and services, based on interviews with individuals working in the field of HIV/AIDS and Aboriginal people and on research conducted by the author.