Deadline: 28 February 2017
Human rights have been the guiding light of the response to HIV. They remain critical to challenging vulnerability to the epidemic and to unlocking the barriers to access to HIV prevention, treatment and care services for those who need it most.
- Critical reflections on the contribution of HIV to the development of health and human rights, and its role in building a synergetic movement of health and human rights practitioners and activists.
- Socio-legal studies on human rights challenges facing the response to HIV and affecting the implementation of rights-based responses to HIV, including in relation to key populations such as women, young people, prisoners, gay men and other men who have sex with men, transgender persons, sex workers, and people who inject drugs.
- Critical reflections on the successes and challenges of civil society, international organizations, and donors in advancing human rights in the context of HIV.
- A human rights analysis of the achievements and challenges with the HIV response in specific countries or regions.
- Critical reflections on approaches for advancing human rights in the fourth decade of the HIV epidemic and in the context of human rights and Sustainable Development Goals.
- Conceptual, theoretical analysis and critical reflections on the application of the human rights lessons learned from HIV to other public health challenges.
How to Apply
Interested applicants can submit their papers at the address given on the website.
For more information, please visit Call for Papers.