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Title:HIV/AIDS, gender, human security and violence in Southern Africa
Editors:Juma, Monica
Klot, Jennifer
Year:2011
Pages:100
Language:English
City of publisher:Pretoria
Publisher:Africa Institute of South Africa
ISBN:0798302534; 9780798302531
Geographic term:Southern Africa
Subjects:AIDS
gender relations
human security
military personnel
conference papers (form)
2009
Abstract:To explore the link between gender, sexual violence, HIV/AIDS and human security in sub-Saharan Africa, in particular southern Africa, the Africa Institute of South Africa convened a seminar on 23 July 2009 in Pretoria. This volume presents a collection of papers presented at the seminar. Two central themes were discussed. The first focuses on the impact of HIV/AIDS on the security sector with contributions by Martin Rupiya on the 'unintended' effects of relying upon uniformed forces as 'champions' to mainstreaming preventative measures against HIV/AIDS, Kondwani Chirambo on the impact of HIV-related deaths among local officials, Tebello Constance Mosikili and Claudia Forster-Towne on HIV/AIDS, gender issues and their impact on policing in South Africa, and Jacqueline Nzisabira and Claudia Forster-Towne on the implications for the security sector. Drawing from reports of increased sexual violence in the region, the second theme examined human security from a gendered perspective: Geoffrey Setswe investigates the practice of multiple concurrent partners and its contribution to HIV, while Tsitsi Masvawure addresses the role of sexual and gender-based violence at the University of Zimbawe. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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