The Multiple Faces of the Intersections between HIV and Violence Against Women

Publish Year : 2008
Publisher : Development Connections, UNIFEM, Pan American Health Organization, Inter-American Commission of Women and the Latin American and Caribbean Women’s Health Network
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Description :

This compilation of articles aspires to advance the inter-sectoral dialogue on the integration of policies, programs and projects on HIV and Violence against Women (VAW) at the local, national, and regional levels. Section I presents three articles, addressing different aspects of the conceptual framework of the intersections between HIV and VAW. Section II touches on the conditions and needs of specific population groups. Lastly, Section III provides two specific contexts in which HIV and VAW are linked: migration and natural disasters.

The Spanish version of this publication can be accessed here.

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