Volume 24, Issue 1, June 2022

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Issue 24.1 features:

TABLE OF CONTENTS/FRONT MATTER

General Papers

FOREWORD  In Memory of Paul Farmer, Who Believed the Future Could Be Different
Joseph J. Amon and Carmel Williams
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Human Rights Implications of the Digital Revolution in Health Care in India
Deekshitha Ganesan
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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
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(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
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Advancing a Human Rights-Based Approach to Access to Medicines: Lessons Learned from the Constitutional Court of Peru
Lowri Davies
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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
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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
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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
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STUDENT ESSAY  Algorithmic Discrimination in Health Care: An EU Law Perspective
Malwina Anna Wójcik
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STUDENT ESSAY   A Human Rights Case Study on Access to Pre-exposure Prophylaxis for Female Sex Workers in South Africa
Steven Winkelman
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VIEWPOINT  Pandemic Treaty Should Include Reporting in Prisons
Kyle Knight, Julia Bleckner, Edwin Cameron, and Joseph J. Amon
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VIEWPOINT  Health Workers on the Political Frontlines
Gideon Lasco, Raudah Mohd Yunus, Edward Christopher Dee, and Martin McKee
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BOOK REVIEW  How to Resuscitate an Ailing Norm
Abby Stoddard
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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
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No Exit: China’s State Surveillance over People Who Use Drugs
Mu Lin, Nina Sun, and Joseph J. Amon
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The Politics of Drug Rehabilitation in the Philippines
Gideon Lasco and Lee Edson Yarcia
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The Right to Health as a Tool of Social Control: Compulsory Treatment Orders by Courts in Brazil
Luciano Bottini Filho
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VIEWPOINT Toward the Emergence of Compulsory Treatment for Drug Use in Morocco?
Khalid Tinasti
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VIEWPOINT Not Enough Stick? Drug Detention and the Limits of United Nations Norm Setting
Daniel Wolfe and Roxanne Saucier
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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
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VIEWPOINT Moving toward Voluntary Community-Based Treatment for Drug Use and Dependence
Robert Ali and Matthew Stevens
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Capacity-Building in Community-Based Drug Treatment Services
Michael J. Cole
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VIRTUAL ROUNDTABLE Compulsory Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation, Health, and Human Rights in Asia
Quinten Lataire, Karen Peters, and Claudia Stoicescu
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