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American Bar Association Journal Highlights HIV/AIDS and Human Rights

August 6, 2010

The latest issue of the American Bar Association's "Human Rights" magazine is dedicated to HIV/AIDS and the rule of law. In the issue, the editors "hope to shine a light on the human rights issues at home and around the globe that continue to fuel this epidemic," according to the magazine. The issue includes articles on the need for more "focused attention to human rights" to achieve universal access, sex trafficking and HIV/AIDS, a "deadly junction for women and girls," the role of faith-based organizations and how "culture, history and laws can combine to deny women and girls equal access to HIV prevention and care" (Spring 2010).

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