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ARASA@AIDS2014

In addition to co-hosting the Human Rights Networking Zone with the Canadian AIDS Legal Network in the Global Village, ARASA is co-hosting, facilitating or presenting at a number of sessions at AIDS 2014 in Melbourne. This is where you will find us:

ARASA@AIDS2014

ITPC, Pangaea Global AIDS Foundation and the AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) invite you to a Satellite Session at the upcoming International AIDS Conference (IAC) in Melbourne in July 2014:

Invitation to the launch of the ARASA Report on HIV and Human Rights in Southern and East Africa, 2014

You are cordially invited to join us for the launch of the ARASA Report on HIV and Human Rights in Southern and East Africa, 2014 at the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne.

Join us for the opening of the Human Rights Networking Zone in Melbourne, AIDS 2014

Connect with friends and colleagues and explore the critical interplay between human rights and an end to HIV and AIDS. We've got an amazing program of exciting and creative events focused on the AIDS 2014 theme, Stepping up the Pace.

Civil Society Organisations Call on the President of the Republic of Uganda to Refuse to Sign Controversial Ugandan HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control Act, 2014

The Uganda Network on Law, Ethics and HIV/AIDS, AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa, International Community of Women living with HIV Global, Global Network of People living with HIV and the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition, along with the under-signed civil society organisations, working to advance health and human rights in Africa and the world, including members of the Ugandan HIV Bill Coalition, call on you to show leadership by refusing to sign the HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control Act 2014, passed by Parliament on 13 May 2014, into law in its current form and referring it back to parliament for review.