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by P. Jones

Download AIDS Treatment and Human Rights in Context ePub
  • ISBN 0230609597
  • ISBN13 978-0230609594
  • Language English
  • Author P. Jones
  • Publisher Palgrave Macmillan; 2009 edition (June 16, 2009)
  • Pages 201
  • Formats doc mbr lit docx
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Politics and Government
  • Size ePub 1698 kb
  • Size Fb2 1792 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 383

The book poses and explores questions about the roles of antiretroviral treatment and human rights in the global AIDS epidemic. A novel approach is used, which places treatment and human rights in the context of global debates, national struggles, and, especially, a case study of the lived experiences within a local community in South Africa.

The book poses and explores questions about the roles of antiretroviral treatment and human rights in the global AIDS . Jones skillfully argues that treatment is replete with paradoxes for both treatment programs and human rights.

The book poses and explores questions about the roles of antiretroviral treatment and human rights in the global AIDS epidemic. A novel approach is used. In South Africa, where his case study is located,ARV rollout has been hotly contested. This is an intriguing and thought provoking book.

The book poses and explores questions about the roles of antiretroviral treatment and human rights in the global AIDS . A novel approach is used, which places treatment and human rights in the context of global debates, national struggles, and, especially, a case study of the lived. A novel approach is used, which places treatment and human rights in the context of global debates, national struggles, and, especially, a case study of the lived experiences within a local community in South Africa.

Start by marking AIDS Treatment and Human Rights in Context as Want to Read . In this important book, Jones looks at the difficulties in delivering treatment in a political, cultural and socio-economic context.

Start by marking AIDS Treatment and Human Rights in Context as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Why, for example, might people not necessarily want to take antiretroviral treatment? AIDS Treatment and Human Rights in Context explores some of these paradoxes in a case study from a local community setting in South Africa.

I define human rights in the context of HIV/AIDS as well as rights-based approaches to development and health. The book poses and explores questions about the roles of antiretroviral treatment and human rights in the global AIDS epidemic. Based on fieldwork, I describe and analyse how human rights are received and applied in HIV/AIDS organisations in Mozambique.

The global AIDS epidemic has challenged states & societies in profound ways. The era of treatment now represents the hopes of millions of people living with HIV/AIDS. But it also poses significant challenges. How treatment programs interact with the underlying context of the epidemic & human rights approaches that define global responses is a critical area for enquiry. This book looks at the difficulties in delivering treatment in a political, cultural, & socio-economic context.

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