Human Rights and HIV/AIDS Now More Than Ever Campaign: Michaela Clayton speaks of the criminalization of HIV transmission and gender inequality: WATCH VIDEO

Posted by ARASA on August 5, 2009

Reason 2 of the 10 Reasons why human rights should occupy the centre of the global AIDS struggle document states that gender inequality makes women more vulnerable to HIV, with women and girls now having the highest rates of infection in heavily affected countries.

In this video, ARASA's director Michaela Clayton speaks about the criminalization of HIV transmission and gender inequality.

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