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The Call for Action by Ministers, the first of its kind on homophobic and transphobic violence in education, was issued on the final day of the 17-18 May 2016 UNESCO event. The purpose of the meeting, was to raise political momentum for a meaningful agreement to tackle this violence in educational settings. It drew together Ministers and representatives from government, civil society, UN agencies and other multi-lateral agencies.
The Women and Equalities Committee report on Transgender Equality makes over 30 recommendations in a wide range of policy areas. It calls on the Government to take action to ensure full equality for trans people, emphasising the need to update existing legislation; provide better services, especially in the NHS; and improve confidence in the criminal justice system.
This position paper is based on UNICEF’s mandate to promote and protect the rights of all children. UNICEF will continue working to protect all children from discrimination, including those who identify as LGBT.
The Mexico City Ministerial Declaration "Educating to Prevent" is a strategic tool to strengthen HIV-prevention efforts in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) by ensuring access to quality, comprehensive sexuality education and sexual and reproductive health services. Moreover, the Declaration also seeks to foster equity among all people and to combat discrimination, including discrimination based on an individual's HIV status, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
Este informe aborda los temas socioculturales que se han quedado en el tintero y que afectanálas vidas de hombres gay y HSH. La discusión durante la consulta principalmente se desarrolló en torno a tres temas: 1) Sexualidad e intimidad, 2) Masculinidad y riesgo, y 3) Homofobia y violencia. …
This recommandation is a response to the fact that HIV and AIDS have a serious impact on society and economies, on the world of work in both the formal and informal sectors, on workers, their families and dependants, on the employers' and workers' organizations and on public and private enterprises, and undermine the attainment of decent work and sustainable development. It presents general principles and national policies that members of ILO should adopt about prevention, stigma, discrimination, treatment, support and information.
Gender-based discrimination remains one of the greatest threats to women's health and lives worldwide, despite domestic, regional, and international human rights guarantees of equality, reproductive and sexual rights, and a range of other rights. Such guarantees remain empty promises if not recognized and reinforced by national courts. …
Orientaciones de ONUSIDA respecto a como abordar la prevención y tratamiento del sida en trabajadores sexuales. El enfoque se centra en el trabajo conjunto con esta población clave respecto a prevención y respeto de sus derechos.
Descripción general y análisis crítico de restricciones que algunos países adoptan respecto a personas que viven con VIH o son sospechosas de ello. Este estudio fue realizado por un equipo de trabajo convocado por ONUSIDA.
This is a model Law on HIV in Southern Africa, made by members of SADC Parliamentary Forum. It is a guide to legislative efforts on HIV-related issues in Southern Africa. It aims to provide a legal framework for the review and reform of national legislation related to HIV in conformity with international human rights law standards; and to promote the implementation of effective prevention, treatment, care and research strategies and programmes on HIV and AIDS.
Serie de ponencias sobre la problemática del uso discriminatorio del idioma español, tanto a nivel de género como de raza, principalmente aplicadas a la realidad uruguaya. Los expositores son los siguientes: Caludio Romanoff, periodista; Julio Guillot, periodista; Oscar Sarlo, catedrático de Filosofía y Teoría General del Derecho de la Facultad de Derecho, Universidad de la República; Romero J. Rodríguez, asesor en materia de Asuntos Afrodescendientes del presidente de la República; Oscar Bottinelli, director de FACTUM.
The present report reviews progress in implementing the 2001 Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS and the 2006 Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS. Its findings are based primarily on the reports of 147 member states on national progress in the response to HIV, which together represent the most comprehensive body of evidence ever assembled regarding the response to HIV in low-, middle- and high-income countries. After having presented the key findings, this report explains the key recommandations.
Público objetivo: Profesores/profesionales de la educación, Educadores/educación no formal, Grupos de la sociedad civil/ONG/OBC, Grupos de jóvenes, Grupos de apoyo/redes de personas con VIH, Profesionales de información y de los medios de comunicación, Público general memoria, vivencias, anécdotas, resultados y producto del Primer Encuentro Regional de Jóvenes Líderes de Latinoamérica y el Caribe sobre Juventud, VIH/SIDA y Derechos Humanos,
The document contains the commitments that were part of the Special Session on Children: the Millennium Development Goals, early pledged to by all 189 United Nations Member States; the Children's statement, 'A World Fit for Us', delivered at the opening plenary of the Special Session by two young delegates; the consensus outcome documents of the General Assembly, 'A World Fit for Children', with goals and targets to be met; and the Convention on the Rights of the Child, ratified, acceded to a signed by 192 countries in the 12 years since it was first ratified, and the two Optional Protocols t …
The scope of this protocol encompasses the legal definition of discrimination as well as the identification and elimination of arbitrary discrimination -as defined by a range of important international instruments. Designed to assist National AIDS Programmes and others in detecting arbitrary discrimination, the protocol also serves as an effective human rights tool and a means of enforcing measures against such discrimination. Sources of arbitrary discrimination, and the criteria for assessing their existence, are outlined together with a detailed inductive methodology. The protocol also includes questionnaires for the assessment of arbitrary discrimination and for direct witness/key informant interviews, as well as checklists and orientation programmes for investigators.