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The Invisible Economy and Gender Inequalities: The Importance of Measuring and Valuing Unpaid Work The Invisible Economy and Gender Inequalities: The Importance of Measuring and Valuing Unpaid Work

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Date added: 08/24/2010
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The Multiple Faces Between HIV and Violence Against Women The Multiple Faces Between HIV and Violence Against Women

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Date added: 03/26/2009
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The UNGASS, Gender and Women's Vulnerability to HIV/AIDS in Latin America and the Caribbean The UNGASS, Gender and Women's Vulnerability to HIV/AIDS in Latin America and the Caribbean

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Date added: 03/17/2011
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This paper will discuss the effect of female and male gender roles, power relations and sexual behaviour on the spread of HIV/AIDS in the Latin American and Caribbean Region (LAC), specifically exploring women's vulnerability to the epidemic. The issues of violence, commercial sex-work and sex tourism,human trafficking, population displacement and crisis will also be addressed in relation to women and men’s susceptibilities to HIVAIDS. The discussion will be situated within the framework of the commitments made at the 2001 UNGASS, and their critical implications for the national, regional and international response to the epidemic.

Violence Against Women: The Health Sector Responds Violence Against Women: The Health Sector Responds

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Date added: 05/18/2009
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Violence against Women: The Health Sector Responds provides a strategy for addressing this complex problem and concrete approaches for carrying it out, not only for those on the front lines attending to the women who live with violence, but also for the decision-makers who may incorporate the lessons in the development of policies and resources. For those communities where support for women does not yet exist, the authors hope that this book will motivate health providers and leaders to more directly confront the issue of gender-related violence and ensure support to affected women in resolving their situation.

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