Risk reduction for drug users in prisons - Russian version
Risk reduction for drug users in prisons - Slovenian version
Risk reduction for drug users in prisons - Estonian version
Risk reduction for drug users in prisons - German version (2017 edition)
UNODC, WHO. HIV testing and counselling in prisons and other closed settings. Policy brief. New York, United Nations, 2009.
This policy statement provides guidance to countries and prison systems about how HIV testing and counselling should be made available in prisons.
UNODC, WHO, UNAIDS. HIV in places of detention. A toolkit for policymakers, programme managers, prison officers and health care providers in prison settings. New York, United Nations, 2008.
This toolkit aims to provide information and guidance primarily to individuals and institutions with responsibilities for prisons and prisoners.
UNODC, WHO, UNAIDS. HIV/AIDS prevention, care, treatment, and support in prison settings: A framework for an effective national response. New York, United Nations, 2006.
This document provides a framework for mounting an effective national response to HIV in prisons, based on the evidence reviewed in the Evidence for Action Technical Paper and on accepted international standards and guidelines.
Women’s health in prison: Action guidance and checklists to review current policies and practices
version in English and Russian
The Madrid Recommendation: Health protection in prisons as an essential part of public health
version in four languages: English, French, German and Russian.
WHO, Evidence for Action Technical Papers - Effectiveness of Interventions to Manage HIV in Prisons – Provision of condoms and other measures to decrease sexual Transmission, WHO 2007
Santos et al. Manual of Environmental Interventions for Tuberculosis Control in Prisons, Global Fund TB Project - Brazil, 2012
Elger et al., Emerging Issues in Prison Health, Hepatitis C Viral Infection in Prisons, Geert Robaeys, Amber Arain, Heino Stöver, 2013
EuroMethwork Methadone Guidelines
version in five languages: English, French, Spanish, German and Russian.
CPT (Committee on Prevention of Torture) Standards (.PDF format)