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  1. Ending violence and discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people

    Joint statement from twelve United Nations entities calling for an end to violence and discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people. The joint statement highlights the UN’s inter-agency commitment on working with Member States to protect, respect and fulfil the right of LGBTI people to live free from violence, persecution, discrimination and stigma. It also calls on countries to repeal discriminatory laws.

  2. Resolution on protection against violence and other human rights violations against persons on the basis of their real or imputed sexual orientation or gender identity

    Resolution on Protection against Violence and other Human Rights Violations against Persons on the basis of their real or imputed Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity adopted at the 55th Ordinary Session of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights in Luanda, Angola, 28 April to 12 May 2014.

  3. Exclaim! Young people's guide to 'Sexual rights: an IPPF declaration'

    Young people are sexual beings. All young people should be able to explore, experience and express their sexualities in healthy, positive, pleasurable and safe ways. This can only happen when young people's sexual rights are understood, recognized and guaranteed. Exclaim! seeks to increase awareness and understanding about young people's sexual rights. This youth guide explores what sexual rights are and how they relate to young people. It also examines strategies to translate sexual rights into actions for and by young people around the world.

  4. Mujeres Seropositivas y Derechos Humanos

    Documento de ICW sobre la situación de derechos humanos de las mujeres que viven con VIH, como factores sociales, culturales y legales afectan sus derechos. La postura de ICW respecto al tema y acciones desarrolladas por esta institución.

  5. Legal grounds: reproductive and sexual rights in African Commonwealth courts. Volume II

    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. …

  6. Por favor, no nos hagan sufrir más.... El acceso al tratamiento del dolor como derecho humano.

    Documento sobre el tratamiento del dolor como un derecho en personas con cáncer y sida. Obstáculos que deben enfrentar para el tratamiento del dolor y cuidados paliativos. Los casos de Uganda y Vietnam como ejemplo de los avances en el acceso al tratamiento del dolor y cuidados paliativos. El documento concluye con recomendaciones para los gobiernos, los responsables de políticas mundiales de drogas, OMS, ONUSIDA y la comunidad de donantes, y, finalmente, la comunidad de derechos humanos.

  7. Nota de orientación del ONUSIDA sobre el VIH y el trabajo sexual

    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.

  8. Informe del Equipo Internacional de Trabajo sobre Restricciones para Viajar relacionadas con el VIH

    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.

  9. Convention on the rights of the child: HIV/AIDS and the rights of the child

    Convention on the rights of the child: HIV/AIDS and the rights of the child

  10. Protocole pour l'identification de la discrimination à l'égard des personnes vivant avec le VIH

    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.

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