Volume 24, Issue 1, June 2022

Table of Contents

Issue 24.1 features:


General Papers

FOREWORD  In Memory of Paul Farmer, Who Believed the Future Could Be Different
Joseph J. Amon and Carmel Williams

Human Rights Implications of the Digital Revolution in Health Care in India
Deekshitha Ganesan

Developing Data Governance Agreements with Indigenous Communities in Canada: Toward Equitable Tuberculosis Programming, Research, and Reconciliation
Robin P. Love, Billie-Jo Hardy, Courtney Heffernan, Amber Heyd, Melissa Cardinal-Grant, Lori Sparling, Bonnie Healy, Janet Smylie, and Richard Long

(Re)Claiming Health: The Human Rights of Young LGBTIQ+ Indigenous People in Australia
Linda Briskman, Corrinne T. Sullivan, Kim Spurway, John Leha, William Trewlynn, and Karen Soldatić

Advancing a Human Rights-Based Approach to Access to Medicines: Lessons Learned from the Constitutional Court of Peru
Lowri Davies

A Human Rights Framework for Advancing the Standard of Medical Care for Incarcerated People in the United States in the Time of COVID-19
Brendan Saloner, Gabriel B. Eber, Carolyn B. Sufrin, Chris Beyrer, and Leonard S. Rubenstein

PERSPECTIVE   State Accountability for the Good Health of Palestinians Has Failed: What Can the Global Health Community Do Next?
Mohammed Alkhaldi, Rachel Coghlan, Simon Miller, Aisha Al Basuoni, Osama Tanous, and Yara M. Asi

PERSPECTIVE Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination: Lessons from Tuberculosis and HIV
Lynette Mtimkulu-Eyde, Justin Denholm, Apurva Narain, Razia Fatima, Karuna D. Sagili, Rubeshan Perumal, and Nesri Padayatchi

STUDENT ESSAY  Algorithmic Discrimination in Health Care: An EU Law Perspective
Malwina Anna Wójcik

STUDENT ESSAY   A Human Rights Case Study on Access to Pre-exposure Prophylaxis for Female Sex Workers in South Africa
Steven Winkelman

VIEWPOINT  Pandemic Treaty Should Include Reporting in Prisons
Kyle Knight, Julia Bleckner, Edwin Cameron, and Joseph J. Amon

VIEWPOINT  Health Workers on the Political Frontlines
Gideon Lasco, Raudah Mohd Yunus, Edward Christopher Dee, and Martin McKee

BOOK REVIEW  How to Resuscitate an Ailing Norm
Abby Stoddard

Special Section: Compulsory Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation, Health, and Human Rights

In collaboration with the Joint United Nations Programme for HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) Regional Support Team for Asia and the Pacific and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Regional Office for Southeast Asia and the Pacific

EDITORIAL  A Slow Paradigm Shift: Prioritizing Transparency, Community Empowerment, and Sustained Advocacy to End Compulsory Drug Treatment
Claudia Stoicescu, Karen Peters, and Quinten Lataire

No Exit: China’s State Surveillance over People Who Use Drugs
Mu Lin, Nina Sun, and Joseph J. Amon

The Politics of Drug Rehabilitation in the Philippines
Gideon Lasco and Lee Edson Yarcia

The Right to Health as a Tool of Social Control: Compulsory Treatment Orders by Courts in Brazil
Luciano Bottini Filho

VIEWPOINT Toward the Emergence of Compulsory Treatment for Drug Use in Morocco?
Khalid Tinasti

VIEWPOINT Not Enough Stick? Drug Detention and the Limits of United Nations Norm Setting
Daniel Wolfe and Roxanne Saucier

VIEWPOINT Transitions from Compulsory Detention to Community-Based Treatment: No Transparency without Data, No Accountability without Independent Evaluations
Pascal Tanguay, Anand Chabungbam, and Gino Vumbaca

VIEWPOINT Moving toward Voluntary Community-Based Treatment for Drug Use and Dependence
Robert Ali and Matthew Stevens

Capacity-Building in Community-Based Drug Treatment Services
Michael J. Cole

VIRTUAL ROUNDTABLE Compulsory Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation, Health, and Human Rights in Asia
Quinten Lataire, Karen Peters, and Claudia Stoicescu

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