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Les Accords de Partenariat Economique: violation des droits humains en Afrique
Les Accords de Partenariat Économique (APE) sont des accords de libre-échange que l'UE négocie avec les pays africains. Souligne l'impact que les APE pourraient avoir sur le droit à l'alimentation, le droit au travail, le droit à la santé, le droit à l'autodétermination et le droit des femmes.
ACORD; Policy Brief 3; 2007; 4pp; French.
Economic Partnership Agreements: jeopardising a united Africa
Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) are free trade agreements which the EU is negotiating with African countries. Outlines the problems which EPAs are likely to cause for regional integration in Africa.
ACORD; Policy Brief 4; 2007; 4pp; English.
Update on Africa-EU EPA negotiations
Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) are free trade agreements which the EU is negotiating with African countries. Explains the situation in December 2007 when 18 African countries initialed “Framework” or “Interim” EPAs.
ACORD; Policy Brief 5; 2pp; English.
Les Accords de Partenariat Economique : la mise en péril d'une Afrique Unie
Les Accords de Partenariat Économique (APE) sont des accords de libre-échange que l'UE négocie avec les pays africains. Décrit les problèmes que les APE sont susceptibles de causer à l'intégration régionale en Afrique.
ACORD; Dossier de Politiques 4; 2007; 4pp; French
Time to deliver
HASAP newsletter. Issue no. 6
ACORD, 2006, 20pp, English
Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS using a community led rights based approach: a case study of ACORD Tanzania
Case study of work on HIV in Karagwe and Mwanza, Tanzania using a community-led rights-based approach to help develop an 'AIDS competent society'. The work had three dimensions:
1) Increasing the participation of marginalised people in decision-making processes;
2) Supporting the development of partnerships across communities, government and donors to share responsibility for delivering change;
3) Encouraging existing and emerging networks.
The approach enables change to occur at a pace that is locally acceptable, allows issues to be discussed and acted upon in an open manner and ultimately means any change is sustainable and holistic. It has been particularly successful in challenging stigma, discrimination and lack of skills.
ACORD, 2003, 40pp, English
Trainers' handbook on HIV & AIDS mainstreaming
This handbook is part of ACORD’s efforts to strengthen its capacity and that of its partners in mainstreaming of HIV & AIDS in development programs. The handbook gives information that will support the facilitators using the “Generic Training Guide on HIV/AIDS mainstreaming”. It is structured in five modules with components presented as sessions. The modules are the following: 1) Setting the scene and reviewing HIV &AIDS; 2) HIV & AIDS as a development issue; 3) internal mainstreaming; 4) external mainstreaming and 5) participation and networking. While being designed for mainstreaming of HIV & AIDS in development programmes it could also have broader use.
Smash the glass. Redefining approaches to ending impunity for sexual and gender based violence
In order to respond to SGBV, current social-political and economic dynamics currently facing our continent cannot be periphery to our analysis. Report from Pan-African conference in Kampala,
ACORD, 2009, 33pp, English
Women, girls and HIV/AIDS
HASAP newsletter. Issue no.4
ACORD, 2005 16pp, English.
Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS in development interventions
HASAP news letter. Issue no. 2
ACORD, 2004, 20pp, english.
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