AIDS 2012: Stigma: Breaking the Silences – Dealing with Stigma and Exclusion for PLHIV and HIV/AIDS Affected Populations

AIDS 2012: Stigma: Breaking the Silences – Dealing with Stigma and Exclusion for PLHIV and HIV/AIDS Affected Populations

For more information on this session, including access to speaker presentations, please see the conference Programme-at-a-Glance.

Success! Interventions that Work to Reduce HIV Stigma and Discrimination in Communities:  Results of an Evaluation Study in Thailand

  • Aparna Jain, United States

Racism, Sexism, HIV-Related Stigma and Quality of Life Among HIV-Positive Black African Caribbean Women in Ontario, Canada

  • Carmen Logie, Canada

Stigma and Serostatus Disclosure Within Partnerships in Four African Countries: A Mixed Methods Approach

  • Gabriela B. Gomez, Netherlands

Internal Stigma among HIV-Positive Adults in Ethiopia

  • Tsegazeab Bezabih, Ethiopia

Feasibility, Acceptability and Initial Efficacy of the ‘Unity Workshop’:  An Internalized Stigma Reduction Intervention for African American Women Living with HIV

  • Deepa Rao, United States

Event Date

Jul 25, 2012



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