The HIV/AIDS, Young People, Research theme site, done in partnership with the Inter-Agency Task Team on HIV Prevention and Young People (IATT-YP), is part of the IATT website on young people and HIV which serves as a platform to provide access to a range of resources on HIV and AIDS focused on adolescents and youth.
The 26 papers from across the globe address a wide range of issues affecting young people including HIV fears and misconceptions, menstruation, sexual harassment, transgender-related health care, sex education, contraceptive implants, teenage pregnancy, sexual exploitation, safe abortion, social media for health promotion, and more.
This review reflects the combined efforts of the drafting team who think it is critical that feminist voices on the range of issues related to sustainable development and the realization of women's rights and gender equality be articulated and hope that these critical reflections will be useful to you as you advocate for the realization of women's rights, gender equality and social justice.
The database allows you to access and search all the sexual rights related recommendations and references made during the Universal Periodic Review.
The author argues that improved attitudes and perceptions toward sex workers and sex worker rights will create a more inclusive, more open and accepting Canada. This inclusivity will generate economic gains. To this end, the outcome of the Bedford v. Canada case, which will appear before the Supreme Court in June of 2013, although a civil rights issue, may also affect Canada’s economy.
Reductions in aid jeopardise schooling for millions of children as 57M are still out of school and aid to basic education falls for the first time since 2002, according to new data from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics and the EFA Global Monitoring Report.
Our Motherland, Our Country: Gender Discrimination and Statelessness in the Middle East and North Africa
The report calls for an end to gender discrimination in nationality laws. Such gender discrimination arises when women cannot acquire, change, retain or pass on their nationality to their children and/or their spouses on an equal basis as men.
We await your online registration and action plans on the "19 Days of activism for prevention of violence against children and youth 1-19 November”, which will be displayed on a Google map for all to consult and to collaborate with you.
UN AIDS report on HIV and AIDS and the post-2015 agenda in preparation for the June Programme Coordinating Board (PCB) meeting.
This special issue explores the cultural forms that place pressure on the category “lesbian” and/or the pressure “lesbian” places on twentieth- and twenty-first-century cultural standards, practices, and desires.