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CBC Radio One Examines HIV/AIDS Policy to Soldiers

October 26, 2009

CBC Radio One's Dispatches examines the U.N.'s policy towards soldiers and HIV/AIDS -- "a controversial challenge" to the future of military peacekeeping, according to the piece, which documents a visit to the U.N. Mission in the African state of Liberia. A separate piece includes excerpts from a conference at the Centre for Conflict Resolution in Accra, Ghana (Pyke, 10/22). Pyke received a Kaiser Family Foundation Mini-Fellowship for these reports.

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