- Godwin, John
- Legal Environments, Human Rights and HIV Responses among Men who have Sex with Men and Transgender People in Asia and the Pacific: An Agenda for Action
- UNDP - United Nations Development Programme, Bangkok, July 2010, 150 pp
Reproduced with the kind permission of UNDP.
"Legal environments, human rights and HIV responses among men who have sex with men and transgender people in Asia and the Pacific: An agenda for action clearly documents how both punitive and protective laws, policies and practices impact comprehensive HIV responses. To support the findings and recommendations, the report maps out recent judicial, legislative and policy developments and community responses at the global, regional and national levels. Together, these findings demonstrate why it is necessary for stakeholders across the spectrum to adopt a rights-based approach to universal access and proactively address policy and legal barriers to effective HIV responses. Finally, the report recommends that each government, development partner and UN agency take bold and effective programmatic and policy measures to reach out to communities and individuals at risk, particularly those living with HIV."
Related Published Resources
- Punitive Laws, Human Rights and HIV Prevention among Men who have Sex with Men in Asia Pacific: High Level Dialogue Report, Regional HIV & Development Programme for Asia & the Pacific, UNDP Asia Pacific Regional Centre, Bangkok, May 2010, 52 pp. (Also available at http://regionalcentrebangkok.undp.or.th/practices/hivaids/documents HLDreportonMSMandHIV-May17HK.pdf) [ Details... ]