When it comes to the widely misunderstood, complex issue of HIV criminalisation, media can be a powerful tool–or a blunt-force weapon.
This resource is the latest addition to the HIV JUSTICE Toolkit, which provides resources from all over the world to assist advocates in approaching a range of advocacy targets, including lawmakers, prosecutors and judges, police, and the media. The purpose of this critical media toolkit is to inform and equip global grassroots advocates who are engaged in media response to HIV criminalisation–and to demystify the practice of working with, and through, media to change the conversation around criminalisation.
Norman J. Sinappen @NormanJSinappen
Fri, 05/25/2018 - 09:19
RT @Gabmilla1: @NormanJSinappen here in Nigeria the Raye of kidney issues is becoming alarming @aidsactioneurop @EUinNigeria https://t.co/U…
Fri, 05/25/2018 - 09:08
@NormanJSinappen here in Nigeria the Raye of kidney issues is becoming alarming @aidsactioneurop @EUinNigeria https://t.co/UdfWWLv2uJ
Ed Accura @ed_accura
Wed, 05/23/2018 - 07:39
@FreekSpinnewijn @FEANTSA @PaulJBelcher @EPHA_EU @aidsactioneurop @MichaelMarmot He said even an eye contact would… https://t.co/0TEuuxYL7s