2009. 87 p.
Open Society Institute
International Centre for Human Rights Education, Equitas
4th edition
This guide is a part of a complete resource guide on HIV/AIDS, Health and human rights. It's a user-friendly, multi-purpose resource that can be used on a regular basis on the job. The toolkit is a practical reference tool to use in day-to-day work, which contains a lot of thematic sheets. It is a starting point for a wide range of health and human rights programming. It can be used to: - Collaborate with colleagues on strategy development; - Develop regional or thematic courses and trainings; - Identify human rights claims; - Adapt the project examples in countries; - Conduct further research; - Educate other funders. It is divided into two parts: an introduction to health and human rights in general and a section specifically focused on HIV/AIDS and human rights. Four case studies are chosen because they are examples of effective human rights programming: South Africa, Botswana, Canadian Legal network, Senegal.
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