Good Practice Guide: HIV and Human Rights
This guide is a practical tool for HIV programmers to help them to respond to human rights within HIV and broader health programmes.
The guide provides a clear rationale for the integration of human rights in HIV programmes, presenting the principles and elements of rights-based HIV programming. It also describes the integration of human rights principles and responses into the project cycle, from assessments to monitoring and evaluation. There are descriptions and practical examples of priority HIV and human rights programs recommended by the Alliance and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).
This guide is intended for use by CBOs, other civil society organizations (CSOs), key population networks and additional groups that work in HIV or other areas of health and who take a human rights-based approach to their programming. It is useful for organisations that are just starting to work in human rights as well as those with more experience.
Last modified: July 23, 2021