Transparency, Participation, and Accountability

April 2003
Canadian HIV/AIDS Policy & Law Review;Apr2003, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p5
Editorial. Comments on the transparency, participation and accountability in the response of the Canadian government to HIV/AIDS. Connection of each characteristics with each other; Problems regarding the release of statistics and other reports about HIV/AIDS; Importance of the participation of people with HIV/AIDS in making decisions about the HIV/AIDS epidemic.


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