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  1. Nurturing enabling environments for culturally appropriate HIV and AIDS policies through informed public dialogue the case of Botswana and Zambia

    As part of UNESCO’s strategy to respond to the global HIV and AIDS epidemic, the Culture, HIV and AIDS program works to support the development of culturally appropriate policies and programming that are gender-responsive, human-rights based and built on a thorough analysis of the cultural and social specificities of those communities concerned. UNESCO’s ‘official’ definition of culture as contained in the UNESCO Mexico City Declaration on Cultural Policies (1982) reads as following: “a set of distinctive spiritual and material, intellectual and emotional characteristics which define a soci …

  2. Longue quête d'un dialogue: l'expérience du Projet AIDSCAP au Sénégal dans l'implication des leaders d'opinion dans la lutte contre le SIDA

    This brochure is based on a case study of the political dialogue in Senegal on the issue of AIDS. It attempts to define mechanisms that promote this dialogue in which all the country's socio-political actors are expected to be involved.

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