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Human Rights, HIV and AIDS

Human Rights, HIV and AIDS
  • © UNESCO

UNESCO focuses its HIV and Human Rights work on:

  • Confronting HIV-related stigma and discrimination within the framework of the UNESCO Strategy for HIV and AIDS and the UNESCO Integrated Strategy to Combat Racism, Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance; and

  • Empowerment of young people by raising awareness and understanding of HIV-related discrimination among young people and promoting youth participation and involvement in HIV- and human rights-related action.

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HIV/AIDS and Human Rights, Young People in Action Kit
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The Fourth Wave: Violence, Gender, Culture & HIV in the 21st Century
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Handbook for young people, HIV and AIDS, Gender and Human Rights (UNESCO Mexico, UNIFEM and UNAIDS, 2007)

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UNESCO's Youth Initiative on HIV & AIDS and Human Rights
  • Start date: 
  • 07-12-1999 - 
  • End date: 
  • 07-12-2008
Europe and North America Latin America and the Caribbean Africa Arab States Asia Pacific