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  • Gun Safe Essay

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    gun(s), purchasing a gun safe also becomes important. This is the only logical way to minimize the possibility of accidents or loss of firearms. Buying a safe however, is not always a straightforward process. You need to first familiarize with a couple of recommendations, regulations and marketing techniques in order to make an informed choice. Let us briefly take a look at what to look for in a gun safe – as detailed under the following 7 questions. 1.What is the right gun safe capacity to go for? Something

  • Should Sex Education Be Safe Sex? Essay

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    becoming impregnated at a young age, and (c)missing out on opportunities and goals they set out for themselves previous to these unfortunate, life changing encounters. It is imperative to educate these individuals on the importance of safe sex. The education of safe sex is an imperative and crucial step in preventing the previous consequences. STD’s and HIV Many of the school based abstinence only sex education curricula, state that sexual activity outside of marriage is likely to have harmful psychological

  • The Problem Of Safe Injection Sites

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    serious addiction are capable of recovery with the right attitude, support and healthcare. Street level healthcare services such as; safe injection sites, provide accessable resources at street level for people to make the choice to live healthier lifestyles. Govement funding and support is needed to make these projects possible to improve the health of Canadians. Safe injection sites are proven to be positive contributions to communities, save lives, reduce harm and open doors towards recovery for

  • Benefits Of Safe Injection Sites

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    Safe injection sites possess many salutary benefits related to public health safety of the drug using community. Safe injection sites provide a safe place for drug users to inject drugs into their bodies so they do not have to reuse needles and can also be supervised by nurses constantly while they do so. Insite is the sole safe injection site in all of Canada and the expansion of other facilities has been fiercely contested by policy makers not due to empirical criminological evidence, but simply

  • Treatment Of Safe Injection Sites

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    Throughout Canada, many individuals unsafely use illicit substances that may result in disease or even death. The government has established safe injection sites in order to prevent addicts from spreading HIV or AIDS and even overdosing. The first safe injection site to be established was built in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, Canada. At first, the site was operated under a waiver from the federal government that allowed the clinic to provide its services to drug abusers as part of a research

  • Benefits Of Safe Injections Sites

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    Many people view safe Injections sites as something extremely controversial. Some people are completely for the idea of them as well as implementing in their neighborhoods, while others are extremely against the idea and will do anything they can to ensure that they never make their way into their neighborhood. That being said, because of the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in the Canada (AG) v PHS Community Services Society, many more of them will be opening up across Canada. The Court’s decision

  • Safe Injection Sites : A Controversial Issue

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    Safe injection sites are a controversial issue in Canada, and have been for a long time. As society grows more and more comfortable with the idea of legalizing certain drugs, the attitude towards these safe injection sites changes. This change affects laws, politics, and society in general and is a legal and moral issue. Insite, the first safe injection site in North America, opened in 2003 in Vancouver, British Columbia to a mass of controversy that induced legislative, legal, and moral change worthy

  • The Battle over Safe Injection Sites

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    Insite: The Battle over Supervised Injection Sites In the 1990’s there was an epidemic of HIV outbreaks in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver. Injection drug users were found to be the leading cause of this, and a public health emergency was declared (Fafard, 2012). The “mortality and morbidity” resulting from this increasing injection drug use became a major political issue. This resulted in the adoption of harm reduction by the government as one of their four pillars of their drug strategy

  • Social Issue : Safe Injection Sites

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    Understanding of the Social Issue: Safe Injection Sites Supervised injection sites are clean, safe and medically supervised facilities where users can inject intravenous illegal substances. These facilities are legally sanctioned and are part of a harm reduction approach towards drug use problems. Safe injection sites have been implemented in Australia, various European countries including, Germany, the Netherlands, and Switzerland, as well as in Canada. Safe injection sites have been successful

  • Safe Injection Sites Case Analysis

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    Both have taken drastically different approaches to the issue of safe injection sites. Harper made his view clear when he passed legislation in response to the court's decision. Trudeau's liberal government is in progress of investigating the best way to amend legislation for Canada's interests on whole. Not all Canadians agree with the Court's decision, and both the government and the public have responded to the decision

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