IAS Journal Publishes Supplement On HIV Stigma, Discrimination

The Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks” blog summarizes a recent “event launching the new Journal of the International AIDS Society supplement, ‘Global Action to Reduce HIV Stigma and Discrimination,’ which examines HIV stigma in a variety of contexts and settings, and explores its impact on the global HIV response.” Journalist and consultant Regan Hofmann and Anne Stangl of the International Center for Research on Women spoke at the event, according to the blog (Aziz, 12/17).

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