The China Stigma Index Report. UNAIDS, Marie Stopes International and Institute of Social Development Research China (2009)

The China Stigma Index Report. UNAIDS, Marie Stopes International and Institute of Social Development Research China (2009) This report is based on a survey of the experience of more than 2000 respondents living with HIV in China. The survey will increase the understanding of how stigma and discrimination is experienced by people living with HIV (PLHIV) and it is hoped that the results will inform future discussions, programmes and policies in China.

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Reducing HIV Stigma and Discrimination: A Critical Part of National AIDS Programmes: A Resource for National Stakeholders in the HIV Response. UNAIDS (2007)

Reducing HIV Stigma and Discrimination: A Critical Part of National AIDS Programmes: A Resource for National Stakeholders in the HIV Response. UNAIDS (2007) Despite the pervasiveness of HIV-related stigma and discrimination in national HIV epidemics and their harmful impact in terms of public health and human rights, they remain seriously neglected issues in most national responses to HIV.

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HIV Related Stigma and Discrimination in the Workplace and Institutions: Summary of Stigma-AIDS eForum Discussion. Health and Development Networks and Irish Aid (2006)

HIV Related Stigma and Discrimination in the Workplace and Institutions: Summary of Stigma-AIDS eForum Discussion. Health and Development Networks and Irish Aid (2006) This initiative aims to increase the impact of the response to stigma and discrimination by: facilitating and supporting information exchange, discussion and transparency among HIV and AIDS actors worldwide; documenting stigma issues at HIV and AIDS-related events; increasing coordinated participation of new and existing partners; facilitating long-distance learning; and encouraging exchange of ideas.

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Epidemic of Abuse: Police Harassment of HIV/AIDS Outreach Workers in India. Human Rights Watch (2002)

Epidemic of Abuse: Police Harassment of HIV/AIDS Outreach Workers in India. Human Rights Watch (2002) The HIV/AIDS (human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome) epidemic in India is a rapidly escalating crisis. The government’s estimate that about 4 million persons in the country are HIV-positive is widely thought to understate the true figure. Throughout the country, persons in traditionally high-risk groups, including women in prostitution, injecting drug users, and men who have sex with men, have been shown to have alarmingly high rates of infection. In several states of India, such as Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu, the epidemic has spread to the general population. Programs that provide information, condoms and HIV testing to persons in high-risk groups are crucial to preventing the further spread of the disease.

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