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Uganda’s AIDS Policy

From: Human Rights Watch
Series: Rights Watch
Length: 05:24

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Former Ugandan army Major Major Rubaramira Ruranga tells how living with HIV turned him into a human rights activist. Read the full description.

Hrw_logo200_small Former Ugandan army Major Major Rubaramira Ruranga tells how living with HIV turned him into a human rights activist. He and Joe Amon of Human Rights Watch talk about Uganda's alarming steps back when it comes to HIV/AIDS policies. They’re both attending the 18th annual International AIDS Conference in Vienna. Amy Costello reports.

To read an oped on AIDS in Uganda by Joe Amon:
http://www.hrw.org/en/news/2010/06/24/uganda-aids-policy-exemplary-ineffective
For more about the International AIDS Conference:
http://www.hrw.org/en/news/2010/07/01/vienna-act-human-rights-theme-aids-conference
For more about Major Rubaramira Ruranga
http://www.positivenation.co.uk/issue125/features/feature1/feature1.htm

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Former Ugandan army Major Major Rubaramira Ruranga tells how living with HIV turned him into a human rights activist. He and Joe Amon of Human Rights Watch talk about Uganda's alarming steps back when it comes to HIV/AIDS policies. They’re both attending the 18th annual International AIDS Conference in Vienna. Amy Costello reports.

To read an oped on AIDS in Uganda by Joe Amon:
http://www.hrw.org/en/news/2010/06/24/uganda-aids-policy-exemplary-ineffective
For more about the International AIDS Conference:
http://www.hrw.org/en/news/2010/07/01/vienna-act-human-rights-theme-aids-conference
For more about Major Rubaramira Ruranga
http://www.positivenation.co.uk/issue125/features/feature1/feature1.htm

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