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decorative itemAction Canada for Population and Development
Undertakes analyses of human rights and sexual & reproductive health.
decorative itemThe Advocacy Project
Assists advocates who are working for social justice, peace, and human rights. Campaigns include stopping the trafficking in women.
decorative itemAmerican Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
Includes HIV/AIDS section.
decorative itemAmnesty International
Campaigns focus on, among others, children, women, refugees, lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgender persons. Also manages a network of health professionals. Web site in English, Spanish, French, and Arabic.
decorative itemAssociation François-Xavier Bagnoud
Major focus on health & human rights advocacy.
decorative itemCanadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Includes material on testing and confidentiality, prisons, injection drug use, discrimination, and immigration. In English and French.
decorative itemCenter for Health and Gender Equity
Advocates for development policies that promote women's rights and autonomy; violence against women is a priority area.
decorative itemCenter for Reproductive Rights
Nonprofit dedicated to promoting women's equality worldwide by guaranteeing reproductive rights as human rights. Formerly the Center for Reproductive Law and Policy.
decorative itemGlobal AIDS Alliance
Coalition based in Washington; campaigns include Stop-AIDS-in-Africa, MEDS4ALL, and Drop-the-Debt-for-AIDS.
decorative itemTreatment Action Campaign
Global network for communication and organization around access to essential medications for HIV and other diseases.
decorative itemHarvard School of Public Health, François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights
Includes link to the journal Health and Human Rights.
decorative itemHuman Rights Campaign
Lobbies on U.S. issues affecting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans.
decorative itemHuman Rights Education Associates
Supports efforts aimed at introducing human rights concepts and values into educational curricula and teaching practices. Maintains a calendar of events.
decorative itemHuman Rights Watch
Campaigns focus on, among others, AIDS; prisons; drugs; racism; and the rights of women, children, refugees, lesbians, and gays. Numerous publications. See also Human Rights Watch: HIV/AIDS and Human Rights.
decorative itemHuRiLINK
A project of UNDP, providing resources and information exchange related to human rights and the MDGs.
decorative itemInternational Council of AIDS Service Organizations (ICASO)
Seeks to promote human rights in the development and implementation of policies and programs responding to all aspects of HIV/AIDS. Web site includes contact information for regional secretariats.
decorative itemMédecins Sans Frontières (MSF)
(Doctors without Borders) Access to Essential Medicines Campaign includes HIV/AIDS drugs.
decorative itemRefugees International
Advocacy organization serving refugees, displaced persons, and other dispossessed people around the world.
decorative itemHIV/AIDS, Human Rights & Law
UNAIDS publications on human rights, ethics, and law.
decorative itemUNIFEM, Gender and HIV/AIDS
Links to, inter alia, a training manual on gender, HIV, and human rights, published in 2000. UNIFEM also collaborates with the International Labour Organization on a program integrating gender, HIV/AIDS, and the care economy. The program highlights the need to increase sources of social protection; address income insecurity; and improve access to health and basic social services that could alleviate the burden of care, especially for women.
decorative itemUnited Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
Supports a broad range of programmatic activities on violence against women and girls.
decorative itemUnited Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
decorative itemUnited Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
Web site in English, French, and Spanish.
decorative itemWHO: Database on Health and Human Rights Actors
Web site in Arabic, English, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish.
decorative itemWHO: Health and Human Rights
Web site in Arabic, English, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish.
decorative itemWomen, Children, and HIV: Resources for Prevention and Treatment
Aims to strengthen advocacy for women's human rights through the effective utilization of information and communication technologies. Supported by, inter alia, UNIFEM, Open Society Institute, and OneWorld Online.
decorative itemWomen's Human Rights Net (whrNET)
Aims to strengthen advocacy for women's human rights through the effective utilization of information and communication technologies. Supported by, inter alia, UNIFEM, Open Society Institute, and OneWorld Online.
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