That is the tune being sung through harm reduction networks. I write to share very exciting news.Yesterday Congress ended the 22-year-old ban on federal funding of syringe exchange.
In June 2009, the UN Human Rights Council adopted a landmark resolution recognizing that maternal death and injury are preventable, unacceptable and a matter of fundamental human rights.Today, on December 10---Human Rights Day---please join us in committing to end maternal mortality, so that women everywhere can enjoy their right to life, health, equality and non-discrimination.
On World AIDS Day 2009 (December 1), the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC) released its second 5-year PEPFAR strategy. Months ago, OGAC officials told NGOs that the strategy was not going to be very detailed---more of a 30,000 feet overview---and they meant it.
Commemorate World AIDS Day TODAY by joining a nation-wide movement to protect women's rights and promote women's health.
Six Reasons Why the US Should Ratify the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW)
Why CEDAW? Why now? Suggestions that the US is a leader in human rights is questionable when the country is not a party to the main human rights treaties, including CEDAW.