Sex, Rights, and the Law in a World with AIDS

Publish Year : 2009
Publisher : ICRW
Author Name : Ogden J., Warner A., Rao Gupta G.
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Description :

This paper results from a meeting held by several organizations to explore more effective long-term responses to end AIDS, particularly from a gender-transformative and human rights-based approach. It provides frameworks and recommendations to encourage gender-equitable laws and practices such as decriminalizing HIV status and sex work, increasing investments in social capital, prioritizing structural approaches at a national level, and more.


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