Feature stories

2010

  1. If You Want HIV Legislation, Ask Labour: How Unions and Employers Contributed to Adoption of the National AIDS Law in Paraguay

    01 July 2010

  2. Analysis of the Tajik Legislation: Issues Related to HIV and AIDS and the World of Work

    01 July 2010

  3. National Policy on HIV and AIDS and the World of Work in India – The Rationale, Process and Lessons Learnt

    01 July 2010

  4. Helping Working Women to Keep Themselves Safe in Senegal

    01 July 2010

  5. Mobile Shades: A Time and a Place for HIV and AIDS Education in the Daily Life of Tea Pickers, Mulanje District, Malawi

    01 July 2010

  6. Informed and Empowered: Guyana Sex Workers Mobilize for Effective HIV Prevention for Loggers and Surrounding Communities

    01 July 2010

  7. The Forgotten MARP: Effective Programmes for Clients of Sex Workers through the Workplace

    01 July 2010

  8. Improving the Social and Economic Situation of Women Vulnerable to HIV or Living with the Virus through Micro-finance in Cameroon

    01 July 2010

  9. Employment Creation for People Living with HIV and AIDS: Lessons Learned from Nepal

    01 July 2010

  10. Learn about it at work: an HIV poster campaign in Russia

    16 June 2010

    The proposed new standard on HIV/AIDS that is under discussion at the International Labour Conference is not only the first international human rights instrument to focus explicitly on HIV/AIDS. It also contains provisions on prevention programmes and anti-discrimination measures at national and workplace levels aimed at strengthening the contribution of the world of work to HIV prevention, treatment care and support. This story demonstrates how a participatory approach and involvement of social partners allowed to create an effective HIV poster campaign in Russia.