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Author Rahman, Fifa, 1986-

Title Drug Law Reform in East and Southeast Asia.

Publication Info. Lanham : Lexington Books, 2013.

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Description 1 online resource (328 pages)
Contents Foreword; Preface; Introduction; 1 Historical Perspectives of Drug Use in Southeast Asia; 2 Harm Reduction Is Good Public Health; 3 Turning a Page; 4 Drug Users and Imprisonment; 5 Law Enforcement and Drug Policy in Southeast Asia; 6 Effective Development and Effective Drug Control Are Interdependent; 7 The Asian Network of People Who Use Drugs (ANPUD); 8 Harm Reduction: The Islamic Perspective; 9 Epidemiology of HIV and HCV among People Who Inject Drugs in Southeast Asia; 10 Compulsory "Rehabilitation" in Asia; 11 Responding to ATS Use in East and Southeast Asia.
12 One Step Forward, Two Steps Back13 From Gradual Prohibition to Harm Reduction; 14 Emerging from a Black Box; 15 Drug Policy in China; 16 Compulsory Drug Rehabilitation in China; 17 Alternatives to Criminal Justice; 18 Capital Punishment for Drug Offenses; 19 Treatment for Drug Dependence in Asia; 20 The Future of Drug Law Reform in Asia; Index; About the Contributors.
Summary Drug Law Reform in East and Southeast Asia is unique because it gathers perspectives from all over Asia into one place, allowing for effective advocacy. Previously, there was no single source of material that can be used by health professionals and others in East and Southeast Asia on drug policy. Neither was there a book that explains recent changes towards harm reduction and treatment modalities to the general public in East and Southeast Asia.
Note Print version record.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Drug control -- Southeast Asia.
Legislation, Drug.
Health Care Reform.
Asia, Southeastern.
Far East.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Commerce.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Marketing -- General.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Sales & Selling -- General.
Drug control. (OCoLC)fst01032891
Southeast Asia. (OCoLC)fst01240499
Added Author Crofts, Nick.
Reid, Gary.
Lee, S. S.
Jacka, David.
Csete, Joanne.
Dolan, Kate.
Rodas, Ana.
Monaghan, Geoff.
James, Steve.
Turner, Nicole, 1970-
Khan, Mohd Zaman.
Mannava, Priya.
Zegenhagen, Sasha.
Thomson, Nick.
Dorabjee, Jimmy.
Zakaria, Mohamad Firdaus.
Lewis, Dean.
Ibrahim, Faisal.
Des Jarlais, Don C.
Freelemyer, Jonathan.
Bramson, Heidi.
Hagan, Holly, 1992-
Baldwin, Simon.
Thomson, Nicholas.
McKetin, Rebecca.
Li, Jih-Heng.
Kaplan, Karyn.
Tanguay, Pascal.
Trevaskes, Susan, 1964-
Biddulph, Sarah.
Chawarski, Marek.
Schottenfeld, Richard.
Vicknasingam, B.
Vuong, Thu.
Rahman, Fifa, 1986-
Other Form: Print version: Rahman, Fifa. Drug Law Reform in East and Southeast Asia. Lanham : Lexington Books, ©2013 9780739180372
ISBN 9780739180389 (electronic book)
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