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From Reproductive Health to Sexual Rights: Achievements and Future Challenges

Category Institutinal_Papers | Publish By Reproductive Health Matters

This paper aims to map recent changes in discourse on sexuality and reproduction and identify new conceptual perspectives on gender and sexuality. First, it examines the etymology of recently legitimi...

What do the forensic medicine textbooks say about sexual assault? : An analysis by CEHAT

Category Institutinal_Papers | Publish By Rashi Vidyasagar

This paper is an analysis of the forensic medicine textbooks carried out by CEHAT, what they say about Sexual Assault. This gives a glimpse of how the doctors and other medical professionals react to...

Addressing Gender Inequalities: Strengthening HIV/AIDS Programming for Women and Girls

Category Institutinal_Papers | Publish By World Health Organisation

This brief provides technical information to support proposals to improve the access to and quality of HIV prevention, treatment and care programmes for women and girls though approaches that address...

Gender and HIV/AIDS

Category Institutinal_Papers | Publish By World Health Organisation

Globally, the number of people living with HIV/AIDS stood at 42 million at the end of 2002, 5 million of them newly infected during the course of that year. Sub-Saharan Africa is by far the most affec...

Gender-Related Cancers

Category Institutinal_Papers | Publish By European Commission

Among the many diseases (about 100) which make up the ‘cancer’ family, a number are said to be “gender related”. That is, they either affect women or men, due to their origin or localisation on the ge...

Sexuality and Disability in the Indian Context

Category Institutinal_Papers | Publish By TARSHI (Talking About Reproductive and Sexual Health Issues)

Sexuality and Disability in the Indian Context presents an overview of the current scenario in India vis a vis sexuality and disability. This working paper is a collation of information and resources...

Domestic Violence: The Dark Truth of Our Society

Category Institutinal_Papers | Publish By Journal of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine

Domestic violence can be defined as a pattern of behavior in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over an intimate partner. Abuse can be physical, sexual, emotional,econ...

High Literacy and Mounting Violence: A Case of Women in Kerala, India

Category Institutinal_Papers | Publish By International Journal of Scientific and Research (IJSR)

In this paper titled ‘High Literacy and Mounting Violence: A Case of Women in Kerala, India’, a modest attempt has been made to discuss the forms and types of violence against women. In all societies,...

HIV/AIDS and Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Literature Review

Category Institutinal_Papers | Publish By Harvard School of Public Health

As explored in the articles reviewed in this document, the epidemics of GBV and HIV overlap and interact in several complex ways. HIV infection as relevant to GBV is primarily acquired through sexual...

Female Inequality and the Spreading of HIV/AIDS – A Gender-Based Study

Category Institutinal_Papers | Publish By Södertörn University

The spreading of HIV/AIDS has a gendered dimension. In this essay the focus has been on the gender roles that create different spheres for the sexes and how they are connected to the spreading of HIV/...




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