Courting Rights: Case Studies in Litigating the Human Rights of People Living with HIV

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This publication summarizes selected cases in three thematic areas where there has been considerable litigation aimed at protecting and promoting the human rights of people living with HIV, namely:

  • HIV-related discrimination;
  • access to HIV-related treatment; and
  • HIV prevention and care in prisons.

This publication has been produced by HIV and human rights advocates and activists for HIV and human rights advocates and activists. It aims to expand advocates’ knowledge base and to highlight how litigation has been used in a variety of countries as a strategic tool for human rights advocacy, whether successfully or unsuccessfully

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HIV Legal Network
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Terry Gould
Publication Date:
2006
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