The Dublin Declaration was developed during the conference, ‘Breaking the Barriers: Partnership in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Europe and Central Asia’, which was held in Dublin, Ireland, in February 2004. The declaration provides a framework for mounting an effective response to HIV/AIDS in the prisons of Europe and Central Asia. The principles and articles outlined within are based upon recognised international best practice, scientific evidence, and the fundamental human rights of people in prison and the obligations of States to fulfil those rights.
Rick Lines (Irish Penal Reform Trust, Dublin)
Ralf Jürgens (Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, Montreal)
Dr. Heino Stöver (University of Bremen, Germany)
Dr. Gulnara Kaliakbarova (Penal Reform International, Kazakhstan)
Dr. Dumitru Laticevschi (Moldova)
Dr. Joachim Nelles (Switzerland)
Dr. Morag MacDonald (University of Central England in Birmingham, UK)
Matt Curtis (International Harm Reduction Development Program of the Open Society Institute)
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