2 edition of Handbook for legislators on HIV/AIDS, law and human rights found in the catalog.
Handbook for legislators on HIV/AIDS, law and human rights
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS., Inter-parliamentary Union.|
|LC Classifications||K3575.A43 W38 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||00307318|
Reproductive Rights. Reproductive and sexual rights are protected human rights, guaranteed under international conventions. These include the right to health, 14 to determine the number and spacing of children, 15 and to be protected from sexual violence, 16 among others. 17 Countries that fail to protect human rights often undercut the ability of individuals to procure necessary health services. Turkish and Vietnamese), with sections on key populations, HIV and rights, and guidance on law reform opportunities and monitoring legislative initiatives. UNDP published an issue brief entitled Advancing human rights, equality and Inclusive governance to end AIDS, with examples on equipping civil society and key populations to advocate for.
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Praise for Handbook of HIV and Social Work Cynthia Cannon Poindexter has given us a remarkable edited volume that contains much information on HIV that every professional social worker needs to know in order to practice competently in todays complex world.—From the Foreword by Vincent J. Lynch, MSW, PhD, Boston College Graduate School of Social Work This comprehensive handbook . Nearly 38 million people are living with HIV, million became newly infected in , and key populations and their sexual partners accounted for 54% of new HIV infections in The legal environment—laws, enforcement and justice systems—has immense potential to better the lives of HIV-positive people and to help turn the crisis around.
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Handbook for Legislators on HIV/AIDS, Law and Human Rights (The Handbook), for her deep commitment to this work and comprehensive research. The form and substance of the Handbook were improved by a consultation of legislatorsFile Size: KB.
Handbook for Legislators on HIV/AIDS, Law and Human Rights The Handbook provides examples of best legislative and regulatory practices gathered from around the world. UNAIDS/IPU,'Handbook for Legislators on HIV/AIDS, Law and Human Rights: Action to Combat HIV/AIDS in View of its Devastating Human, Economic and Social Impact,' UNAIDS/IPU, United Nations, Geneva.
Handbook for Legislators on HIV/AIDS, Law and Human Rights: Action to Combat HIV/AIDS in View of its Devastating Human, Economic and Social Impact EXECUTIVE SUMMARY UNAIDS / IPU Geneva, Switzerland Handbook for Legislators on Hiv/aids, Law and Human Rights: Action to Combat Hiv/aids in View of Its Devastating Human, Economic and Social Impact.
This Handbook is designed to assist national human rights institutions to integrate HIV into their mandate to protect and promote human rights. It provides a Handbook for legislators on HIV/AIDS overview of the role of human rights in an effective response to the epidemic.
NAIDS and the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights have developed a set of guidelines for Member States to assis t them in designing programmes and policies and developing legislation that promote and protect human rights in the context of HIV/AIDS.
The International Guidelines on HIV/AIDS and Human Rights. the four British Parliaments, the Handbook for Legislators on HIV/AIDS, Law and Human Rights published in English, French and Russian.
Read the Executive Summary in English and French. The Handbook documents the principles in the International Guidelines on HIV/AIDSFile Size: KB. Legislation and policies This collection contains national legislation and policies adopted by ILO member States relevant to the issue of HIV/AIDS and the world of work.
The entry for each member State provides a section on legislation, which encompasses a wide range of legislative texts, such as constitutional law, public health. International Guidelines on HIV/AIDS and Human Rights.
These Guidelines built on expert advice to integrate the principles and standards of international human rights law into the HIV/AIDS response. This revision of the Guidelines updates them to reflect new standards in HIV treatment and evolving international law on the right to health.
5 Manual for Training Peer Educators for Programmes with Female Sex Workers: Participants Handbook Two examples of human rights violations are stigma and discrimination. • Stigma is a negative judgement or attitude about someone who is perceived as socially unacceptable.
International law, human rights and HIV/AIDS Article (PDF Available) in Bulletin of the World Health Organisation 80(12) February with 82 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Handbook for Legislators on Hiv/Aids, Law and Human Rights: Action to Combat Hiv/Aids in View of Its Devastating Human Economic and Social Impact.
Handbook for legislators on HIV/AIDS, law and human rights action to combat HIV/AIDS in view of its devasting human, economic, and social impact. Handbook for legislators on HIV/AIDS, law, and human rights: action to combat HIV/AIDS in view of its devastating human, economic, and social impact.
Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS. ; Inter-parliamentary Union. UNAIDS best practice collection., Key material. Human Rights, Women, and HIV term "commercial sex" should be reserved to describe a straightforward transaction of money for sex (Vos, ). For many women, sex work is an occupation born of necessity - cold, stark economic.
Legislation and policies This collection contains national legislation and policies adopted by ILO member States relevant to the issue of HIV/AIDS and the world of work.
The entry for each member State provides a section on legislation, which encompasses a wide range of legislative texts, such as constitutional law, public health. The law is a frequently overlooked tool for addressing the complex practical and ethical issues that arise from the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
The law intersects with reproductive and sexual health issues. Rights of People Living with HIV/AIDS Under the Human Rights Law Printable Version of Webpage Printable Version of HIV/AIDS Poster (11" by 17") Printable Version of HIV/AIDS Palmcard (3" by 4") Press Release: State Division of Human Rights and State Department of Health, AIDS Institute Join Forces to Fight Discrimination Against People Living with HIV/AIDS Protections For.
A Handbook to Understanding Health & HIV is an online and print resource by the Human Rights Campaign, in collaboration with AIDS United, designed to provide easy-to-read, up-to-date and actionable information about the current realities of HIV. Help us end the epidemic by reading this handbook and sharing what you learn with your friends.
Handbook for legislators on HIV/AIDS, law and human rights: action to combat HIV/AIDS in view of its devasting human, economic, and social impact.International Guidelines on HIV/AIDS and Human Rights 7 The Guidelines resulted from a request made many years ago by the Commission on Human Rights which underlined the need and the imperative to provide guidance to States on how to take concrete steps to protect human rights in the context of HIV.Baral, S., Beyrer, C.
and Poteat, T. () ‘Human Rights, the Law, and HIV among Transgender People’, Working Paper prepared for the Third Meeting of the Technical Advisory Group of the Global Commission on HIV and the Law, 7–9 July