The widespread legal, social and political ramifications of the HIV/AIDS epidemic make it necessary to review and reform a broad range of laws. Some countries have adopted national HIV/AIDS laws, but these laws often ignore crucial policy issues, as well as human rights abuses that perpetuate the HIV epidemic. This is particularly true with respect to illegal drug use.
Re-establishing fumigation is not going to legitimise or win acceptance of the State's activities in the territory of the Park. It is not going to protect the Park from the environmental deterioration generated by the critical interventions of social and military actors in the war. It is also not going to really affect the FARC's "bankroll". What it will do is create well-fertilised territory for the prolonging of the armed conflict.
While there are still attempts to revive the WTO Doha Round, the EU is concentrating on bilateral and pluri-lateral trade agreements. These are more dangerous to smaller countries, so including a ‘democracy clause’ in the agreements is even more important, but also more difficult, says George in her speech at the conference “Fundamental rights and the global market.”