This report echoes the experiences of many HIV positive women who are members of ICW in many countries of the world. In many countries, even women who have well paid […]Read more
Sherr, L., Clucas, C., Lampe, F., Harding, R., Fisher, M., Anderson, J., Clucas, C. (2012). ‘Gender and Mental Health Aspects of Living with HIV Disease and Its Longer-Term Outcomes for UK Heterosexual Patients’. Women & Health, 52(3), pp. 214-233.
Gender is important in the experience of illness generally and HIV specifically. In this study the authors compare the experiences of 183 HIV positive women with 76 HIV positive heterosexual […]Read more
Doyal, L., & Anderson, J. (2005). ‘‘My fear is to fall in love again’ How HIV-positive African women survive in London’. Social Science & Medicine, 60, pp. 1729–1738
A decade ago studies increasingly documented the circumstances of people living with HIV around the world, particularly about the experiences of women in the hyper endemic countries in sub-Saharan Africa. […]Read more
HIV and Gender-based Violence: What are the Costs of Inaction?
With growing recognition of the links between gender-based violence and HIV, why is there still so little being done? And why do the women leading change, making a difference from […]Read more