Globalization and Women’s Vulnerabilities to HIV and AIDS

Publish Year : 2010
Publisher : UNESCO and UNIEFM
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Description :

This is the second Issues Paper of a series produced by UNESCO’s Division for Gender Equality in the Office of the Director General. This Issue Paper covers the limitations of common frameworks, impacts of Structural Adjustment Programmes on women in the context of the HIV pandemic, effects of the agreement on TRIPS on women and their access to HIV treatment, the gender dimensions of drug research agendas, as all as trade policies, food security and women’s vulnerability to HIV.


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