alexa Intersectoral Public Action between Immigration Policy and the Fight against Aids in France and Canada

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Intersectoral Public Action between Immigration Policy and the Fight against Aids in France and Canada

This article examines how two countries, France and Canada, with different political systems address a common problem that public migrants living with HIV/AIDS from countries where this disease is endemic. Public action in these countries is at the intersection of two public policies that may seem contradictory (immigration and the fight against AIDS). Despite three obvious differences: first in the fight against AIDS (constraint and control/cooperation and inclusion), then immigration policy (selective immigration/immigration generalized) and finally AIDS treatment among foreign (screening foreign/non-screening), the analysis of public action shows that there are common trends between the two countries on the direction of policy towards migrants living with HIV/AIDS. These are manifested in part by the reduction of the rights granted to the public due to the restrictions of immigration policies that affect the field of public health and secondly by humanitarisation public action towards foreigners with serious diseases. Public management of this problem in countries thesis lies at the intersection of two public policies which may sccm contradictory (immigration and fighting against AIDS). DESPITE three obvious differences: first in the fight against AIDS (coercion and control/ cooperation and inclusion), Then in immigration policy (selective immigration/Widespread immigration) and treatment of AIDS Among Foreigners (non screening/screening aliens), the analysis of public Action That shows there are common trends Between the two countries in managing aids Among migrants. These Occur on the one hand by the reduction of the rights Granted to thesis hearings due to the restrictions of immigration policies affect the field of That public health and from the “humanitarianisation” of public policies targeting Foreigners suffering from serious Illnesses: such as HIV/ aids.

 
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