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Workplace HIV Programmes: Implementation Guide, ILO and SAfAIDS, 2010

This Implementation Guide assumes that a workplace HIV policy is already in place in the user organisation or sector. The Workplace HIV and AIDS Policy and Programme Development Manual covers the principles and practical steps for development of such a policy.

Workplace HIV and AIDS Policy and Programme Development: Training Manual, ILO and SAfAIDS, 2010

The training manual serves as an important guide intended for use, either as part of training workshop to develop workplace HIV programmes, or for workplace policy development. It takes the user through a step by step sequence in establishing workplace HIV policy and programmes, providing guidance on how to involve various stakeholders in programming and on how to create strategic partnerships in a workplace setting. It also guides on how to monitor and evaluate workplace programmes.

2008 Report on the global AIDS epidemic

The 2008 Report on the global AIDS epidemic confirms that the world is, at last, making some real progress in its response to AIDS. Governments are acting on their promises at the 2006 United Nations High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS, to scale up towards universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care, and support by 2010. As of 2008, a small number of countries are already providing universal access to antiretroviral treatment and to services to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV. Others are well on the way to doing so. In more and more countries, HIV infection levels are falling.

Human Rights Documentation and Advocacy: A Guide for Organisations of People Who Use Drugs

This guidebook aims to help activists recognize human rights abuses that are systematically conducted and condoned by state and non-state actors and silently suffered by people who use drugs. This book focuses on providing activists with the tools necessary to develop a human rights advocacy plan, particularly by documenting abuses against people who use drugs. Documentation of abuse— whether it be testimonials from victims, official police records, or video footage of the abuse—is pivotal to establishing evidence that will be necessary to ensure that perpetrators are held accountable.
Ultimately, we hope this guidebook will raise awareness of the link between drug use and human rights.
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