The National Dialogue on Human Rights, HIV and the Law in Belize was organized and led by a national umbrella NGO, Women’s Issues Network (WIN) Belize, on 12-13 October, 2011 in Belize City with the participation of more than 100 individuals from both, civil society organizations (CSO) and the government (GOB). The purpose of the National Dialogue was to advance human rights-based and HIV-sensitive legal reform in the country; to strengthen knowledge on human rights and HIV-related legal issues; and to sensitize decision makers and the population at large on human rights and HIV.
A satellite session on HIV and the Law took place in Moscow, Russia, on 11 October 2011, during the High Level Forum on the Millennium Development Goal 6 (MDG 6). The session was a follow-up activity of the Eastern Europe & Central Asia Regional Dialogue of the Global Commission on HIV and the Law held in Chisinau, Moldova, in May 2011.
Judicial Sensitisation on HIV and the Law in the Caribbean, 6 October 2011 On 6 October 2011, the United Nations Development Programme supported by the Global Commission on HIV and the Law organised a panel discussion on ‘Judicial Sensitisation on…
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