Crafted by specialist writers from around Southern Africa, this is an invaluable resource for media trainers keen to go beyond superficial ABC campaigns for reducing the spread of HIV.
HIV/AIDS poses one of the biggest threats to the fragile political and economic gains that most Southern African countries have made over the last decade. But the pandemic also opens an opportunity to bring into sharper focus the struggle for equality between women and men.
As thousands of communicators launch campaigns to roll back the HIV/AIDS tide, this incisive training manual by Gender Links and the AIDS Law Project at the Centre for Applied Legal Studies, University of the Witwatersrand, throws out a challenge – to seize this moment to transform gender relations in our region. Crafted by specialist writers from around Southern Africa, and tested in three South African provinces, three countries in the region, as well as with members of the Southern African Media Trainers Network (SAMTRAN), this is an invaluable resource for those committed to democracy, human rights, and the prosperity of this richly diverse region.
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