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UNODC Toolkit on HIV and AIDS in places of detention

Developing Sound Policies
Prison Health
12/12/2008
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UNODC

In December 2008 the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime published a Toolkit on HIV and AIDS in places of detention, which was drafted by ICPS. The toolkit contains modules aimed at policy makers, prison managers, prison officers and prison health professionals. 

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Prison Health and Public Health: The integration of Prison Health Services

Developing Sound Policies
Prison Health
12/09/2004
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ICPS

The importance of recognising that prison health issues are a constituent part of public health has important organisational implications. One of these is the need to ensure that prison administered health services have links that are as a close as possible with public health. In 2004 ICPS organised a seminar to discuss the policy and practical consequences of this principle. It was attended by senior representatives from the health services in England and Wales, France, Norway, and New South Wales in Australia.

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Work with the World Health Organisation Europe

Developing Sound Policies
Prison Health
24/10/2003
Author: 
ICPS

WHO Europe is the main intergovernmental organisation for action on all health matters in the region and at the time was particularly influential among the governments of the countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia through its regional headquarters in Copenhagen. Building on the achievements of the OSI funded project ICPS began to work closely with WHO Europe and its partners in the Health in Prison Project (HiPP) to bring a concern for prison health issues into the mainstream of WHO thinking.

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Prison health and public health

Developing Sound Policies
Prison Health
13/03/2003
Author: 
ICPS

Throughout 2002 and 2003 the Open Society Institute (OSI) funded the efforts of ICPS to support a mechanism capable of galvanising governments, non-governmental organisations and donors to make a political and financial commitment to improving health in prisons in countries of the former Soviet Union. The primary objective of the project was to improve public health by:

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