Programming HIV/AIDS: a human rights approach — A tool for international development and community-based organizations responding to HIV/AIDS (Canadian version)
The tool was prepared with reference to Government of Canada policies and practices, and the primary audience is program staff in Canada in
- non-governmental development organizations
- community based AIDS organizations
- the private sector
who prepare funding proposals, and manage and evaluate projects or programs, which address HIV/AIDS and related issues in developing countries and countries in transition.
The tool will also be of interest to people in other donor countries undertaking similar work, including staff of inter-governmental and development agencies, who fund or manage HIV/AIDS and related programs.
The principles, approaches and examples provided should be of interest to people working in other areas of development not directly related to HIV/AIDS and who are seeking to incorporate human rights approaches in their work.
||Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
||Women's Rights, Treatment, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, Sex Work, Privacy, Prisons, Microbicides and Vaccines, Income Security, Immigration and Travel, HIV Testing, Drug Policy and Harm Reduction, Discrimination, Criminal Law, Aboriginal Communities