China : "where darkness knows no limits": incarceration, ill-treatment and forced labor as drug rehabilitation in China.
"China's new Anti-Drug Law gives local officials and security forces wide discretionary power to incarcerate individuals suspected of drug use--without trial or judicial oversight--for up to seven years. Those detainees, often HIV positive, are denied adequate medical care, drug dependency...
|Imprint:||New York, NY : Human Rights Watch, c2010.|
|Description:||37 p. ; 27 cm.|
|Subject:||Drug abusers -- Abuse of -- China.|
Drug abusers -- Effect of imprisonment on -- China.
Drug abuse -- China.
HIV-positive persons -- China.
Detention of persons -- China.
Human rights -- China.
Health services accessibility -- China.
Detention of persons.
Health services accessibility.
|Format:||E-Resource Print Book|
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/7910397|