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Peacock and Weston (2008) – Men and Care in the Context of HIV and AIDS – Structure, Political Will and Greater Male Involvement

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This paper discusses HIV/AIDS, the impact it is having on populations in developing countries, the causes of the problem and factors which exacerbate it, and calls for men to be more engaged in efforts to combat the disease.

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Peacock, Dean, and Mark Weston. 2008. Men and Care in the Context of HIV and AIDS: Structure, Political Will and Greater Male Involvement. Presented at the United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women Expert Group Meeting on “Equal Sharing of Responsibilities between Women and Men, including Care-giving in the Context of HIV/AIDS”, October 6-9, Geneva.

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  • EGM/ESOR/2008/EP.9

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