Podcast Discusses Study On Impacts Of Colonial Law Systems On Current HIV Rates Among African Women

U.N. Dispatch’s “Global Dispatches Podcast”: How Colonialism Explains Female HIV Rates in Africa
Mark Leon Goldberg, editor of U.N. Dispatch and host of the Global Dispatches Podcast, speaks with Siwan Anderson, author of a study that shows how colonial-era common law systems “contribut[e] to very high female HIV rates in former British colonies compared to that of the former colonies of continental Europe that used the civil law tradition.” U.N. Dispatch originally reported on this study here (5/15).

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