Tag Archives: human rights

Sexual Violence in Conflict Settings and Emergencies – 2018 courses

Update on CERAH’s course on sexual violence in conflict settings – 2018 dates Continue reading

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Human rights, corruption and action for aid agencies

About the overlap between corruption and human rights abuses in aid, and in what agencies can do to address both. Continue reading

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What counts in the new UNAIDS strategy

UNAIDS should commit to integrating human rights into disease impact models on which its targets are based. Continue reading

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UNAIDS human rights indicators: What counts?

Take a trip back to the fabulous summer of 2010, when thousands of activists marched at the International AIDS Conference, waved our beer steins in Stephansplatz to the sweet songs of Annie Lennox, and demanded Human Rights and HIV/AIDS, Now … Continue reading

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onwards, upwards, webwards

Welcome! Until a few weeks ago, I was the senior human rights advisor at The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. There it was my job to put new policies and procedures in place to protect and promote … Continue reading

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