With support from the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada, this video recaps UN Women's innovative small grants programme in sub-Saharan Africa aimed to increase access of HIV-affected women to their property and inheritance rights to reduce their vulnerabilities to and mitigate the impact of HIV and AIDS.
UN Women joined forces with the Asia Pacific Interagency Task Team on Women, Girls, Gender Equality and HIV (IATT) and the Unzip the Lips Campaign to produce a short video on women most at risk of, and most affected by, HIV in the Asia Pacific region. The video highlights the needs and rights of key affected women and girls in a concentrated...
What does it mean for women to have a right to health? The Center for Reproductive Rights speaks with Anand Grover, UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health, about the role reproductive choice can play in saving the lives of thousands of women every year.
This video documents the fourth thematic panel during the High Level Meeting on AIDS, "Women, girls and HIV". This panel focused on the disproportionate burden of HIV on women and girls and the need to ensure that their specific needs and vulnerabilities are adequately addressed. It highlighted the progress, challenges and opportunities in...
Diamonds: Stories of Women from the Asia Pacific Network of People Living with HIV is a compilation of the personal narratives of ten women and one girl who are HIV-positive. The publication is accompanied by a documentary that focuses on four of these stories.
"Twin Pandemics" is a 13-minute advocacy video focused on revealing some of the often unspoken realities surrounding the convergence of HIV/AIDS and violence against women in a global context. This exploration is focused not only on how one pandemic perpetuates the other, but also on the systemic issues surrounding them both.
The Global Campaign for Microbicides' has created the film, In Women’s Hands, to articulate the importance of public and private sector leadership as well as citizen involvement in promoting microbicides. Community members are encouraged to hold their own screening.