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Medical Advances and Human Rights Abuses: HIV/AIDS in 2010

With 2010 now behind us, I thought it fitting to reflect back on a year that saw  both major steps forward in the global fight against HIV/AIDS, as well as many steps backwards. For some, medical advances from improved ARV’s, and a breakthrough on the microbicide front, gave cause for great celebration.  For others, who continued to […]

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4 Essential Books about HIV and AIDS

With World AIDS Day approaching, I thought I would highlight a few of the essential books available about HIV and AIDS. Together they cover a wide range of issues from the personal to the structural, offering invaluable insight into the lives of people living with HIV or AIDS, and the impact of a 30 year […]

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An Epitaph to “the Power of Culture”

Having worked alongside many not-for-profit leaders in my own community and abroad, I can say with some certainty that there are few things more frightening, or at the very least stress-inducing, than “a change of corporate objectives”.

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