Organization of American States Adopts Bold Resolution on HIV and Human Rights

Publish Year : 2013
Publisher : UNAIDS
Link : Click here

Description :

The Organization of American States (OAS)—the world's oldest regional mechanism comprising 35 independent states of the Americas—has adopted a bold new Resolution on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights of People Vulnerable to or Living with or Affected by HIV. The Resolution calls for specific measures to promote gender equality and address the needs of women, adolescents and girls, noting the strong inter-relation between gender-based violence as both a cause and consequence of HIV. Click here to read the resolution. 

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