Annex II - HIV/AIDS-related policy reform citations

Citations of potential interest concerning HIV/AIDS-related policies:

An Audit of HIV/AIDS Policies in Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe. Funded by the WK Kellogg Foundation. 2004. Human Sciences Research Council.

Australia's Successful Response to AIDS and the Role of Law Reform. 2006. World Bank.

Centre for the Study of AIDS national reports on HIV/AIDS and Human Rights in Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe. 2004. University of Pretoria.

Experiences of 100% Condom Use Programme in Selected Countries of Asia. 2004.

Handbook for Legislators on HIV/AIDS, Law, and Human Rights: Action to Combat HIV/AIDS in View of its Devastating Human, Economic, and Social Impact (second reprint, May 2002).

HIV/AIDS and the Law: a Resource Manual. 2003. AIDS Law Project & AIDS Legal Network.

International Guidelines on HIV/AIDS and Human Rights (2006 version).

Legal Aspects of HIV/AIDS: a guide for policy and law reform. 2007. The World Bank.

Protecting Children Affected by AIDS in the Caribbean: Recommendations for Legal Reform. 2006. World Bank.

Protocol for the Identification of Discrimination Against People Living With HIV. 2000.

Report on Routine vs. Compulsory Testing. 2003. Botswana Network on Ethics, Law, and HIV/AIDS.

Review and Assessment of Laws Affecting HIV/AIDS in Tanzania. Tanzania Women Lawyers' Association. 2003.

To Have and to Hold: Women's Property and Inheritance Rights in the Context of HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa. 2004. &

Citations of potential interest concerning policy-making authorities and processes:

National Constitutions available at

Summaries of key Constitutional provisions of several African countries available at

Domestic policy-making system summaries available at

UNAIDS National Composite Policy Index data to monitor national commitment and action as part of UNGASS follow up. 2008:

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