'I am not ashamed!': HIV/AIDS and human rights in the Dominican Republic and Guyana
This report on human rights and HIV/AIDS in the Dominican Republic and Guyana, highlights how human rights violations fuel the pandemic. Abuses of civil, political, cultural, economic and social rights increase people's risk of HIV infection and those affected by HIV/AIDS are often denied their human rights. Where the human rights of people have been violated due to their actual or perceived HIV status the mechanisms to redress these violations are often inaccessible.
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- Burkina Faso: Amnesty International calls on Burkina Faso to protect human rights defenders and end the practice of early and forced marriage
- Indonesia: Independent investigation needed for allegations of torture and unlawful killing of Yudas Gebze in Papua