Year of Issue: 2007
Language : ENG
The Human Rights First 2007 Hate Crime Report Card is a review of the implementation of commitments undertaken by the 56 participating states of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) to combat the rising tide of violent hate crimes.
Source: ILGA EUROPE
Incidents and violence motivated by hatred against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)
people take different forms: physical violence, hate speech, threats of violence, verbal abuse, etc.
Incidents and violence targeting LGBT people also take place in different places, including public
areas, schools, the workplace, or in the privacy of the home. In other words, homophobic and
transphobic incidents range from homophobic attacks during a Pride, lesbophobic violence in a
public space to homophobic bullying in schools.
This toolkit is a guide for the trainers of health care providers. The overall aim is to prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS by making it easier for people living with HIV to access health services, disclose their status and prevent the spread of HIV to others, while also eliminating some of the barriers that impede the ability of uninfected women to protect themselves from the virus. Using the toolkit, you will be able to plan and organize educational sessions with health care providers to challenge HIV-related stigma and gender-based violence (also referred to as gender violence in this toolkit). The toolkit will help you raise awareness of the causes and consequences of stigma and violence, and promote action and advocacy to combat them.
Toolkit for Health Care Providers in India.
The concept of coverage first emerged in the 1960s as a key indicator for measuring the proportion of populations that were covered by health care, particularly with respect to
communicable diseases and immunization programmes.