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Donker Afrika voor homo's en lesbo's.

Rechtgeaard (2003) 14 (herfst), p. 1-2
bron: Rechtgeaard (2003) 14 (herfst), p. 1-2
samenvatting: De mensenrechtenorganisatie Human Rights Watch heeft in het rapport 'More than a name - State Sponsored Homophobia and its Consequences in Southern Africa' de situatie voor homo's en lesbo's in Zambia, Namibië, Botswane, Zimbabwe en Zuid-Afrika beschreven. In de eerste vier landen worden homo's en lesbo's met steun van de overheid gediscrimineerd. Zuid-Afrika is hierop een positieve uitzondering.
onderwerpen:

signatuur: ts.

Donker Afrika voor homo's en lesbo's.
ts.
Rechtgeaard
(2003)
14
(herfst)
1-2
N276368
Grijs

More than a name : state-sponsored homophobia and its consequences in Southern Africa  / Scott Long, A. Widney Brown, Gail Cooper.

New York, NY: Human Rights Watch [HRW] ; International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission IGLHRC, cop. 2003 - 310 p.: ill.
uitgave: New York, NY : Human Rights Watch [HRW] ; International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission IGLHRC, cop. 2003 - 310 p.: ill.
ISBN: ISBN:
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. beleid/politiek/wetgeving
  2. homoseksualiteit
samenvatting: Report based on over 200 interviewsresearch conducted between 1998 and 2002 in Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Covers a variety of human rights, anti gay- and sodomy laws, censorship, violence and torture, all whithin the justical systems in the countries mentioned above. Personal stories and a whiff of gay and lesbian movements (GALZ in Zimbabwe, OUT in South Africa) shows how difficult it is to live a life as an open lesbian or gay men in this countries.

signatuur: cat. (long-s/mor) b

ODE3

dgb grijs

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More than a name : state-sponsored homophobia and its consequences in Southern Africa
cat. (long-s/mor) bODE3dgb grijs
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N277895
Boek

Mwendanjangula! : Aids in Zambia  / 

Photography Geert van Kesteren ; text Arthur van Amerongen.Amsterdam: Mets en Schilt ; [etc.], 2000 - 142 p.: ill.
uitgave: Amsterdam: Mets en Schilt ; [etc.], 2000 - 142 p.: ill.
annotatie: In conjuction with: Mwendanjangula. Aids in Zambia, a two year traveling exhibit in the Netherlands about the Aids pandemic in Africa.
ISBN: 9053302913
onderwerpen:
samenvatting: Dutch photo journalist Geert van Kesteren (1966) is based in Amsterdam. His book Mwendanjangula! Aids in Zambia, an inside report on the Aids pandemic in Africa, was critically received and banned from the 2000 World Aids Congress in South Africa, despite the fact that these photographs won several international awards and was intensively published in world leading magazines.

signatuur: cat. (kester/ame) bb

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Mwendanjangula! : Aids in Zambia
cat. (kester/ame) bb
9053302913
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Photography Geert van Kesteren ; text Arthur van Amerongen.
N279792
Artikel

Uit de kast  / Bart Luirink ... [et al.].

Zuidelijk Afrika, 2 (1998) 3 (zomer), p. 20-30
bron: Zuidelijk Afrika jaargang: 2 (1998) 3 (zomer), p. 20-30
samenvatting: Themanummer over de situatie voor homoseksuelen en lesbiennes in Zuidelijk Afrika. In verschillende landen groeien homo-organisaties tegen de verdrukking in en komen steeds meer mensen uit voor hun homoseksualiteit. Reportages over de situatie in Zimbabwe, Namibië en Zambia.
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signatuur: ts.

Uit de kast
ts.
Bart Luirink ... [et al.].
Zuidelijk Afrika
2
(1998)
3
(zomer)
20-30
N261696
Artikel

Zambian government threatens arrest for gay organisers.

Gay Times (1998) 242 (nov), p. 62
bron: Gay Times (1998) 242 (nov), p. 62
samenvatting: De vice-president van Zambia heeft verordonneerd dat een ieder die homoseksualiteit 'promoot' gearresteerd kan worden. Dit n.a.v. de oprichting van de Lesbian, Gay and Transgender association (LEGATRA), die een beroep op de VN heeft gedaan.
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signatuur: ts.

Zambian government threatens arrest for gay organisers.
ts.
Gay Times
(1998)
242
(nov)
62
N262524
Artikel

'In but free' : an HIV/AIDS intervention in an African prison  / Oscar Simooya, Nawa Sanjobo.

Culture, Health and Sexuality, 3 (2001) 2 (apr-jun), p. 241-251
bron: Culture, Health and Sexuality jaargang: 3 (2001) 2 (apr-jun), p. 241-251
samenvatting: Unprotected male to male sex, sharing of razor blades, tattooing and injecting drug use have been recognized as risk factors for HIV transmission at Kamfinsa Prison in Zambia. Beginning JuIy 1995, an intervention called 'In But Free' and led by inmates trained as peer educators (PEs) has been implemented at the prison. Activities include face-to-face information giving, provision of HIV/AIDS educational materials, distribution of scissors, voluntary HIV counselling and testing and the promotion of better standards of hygiene. No condoms have been distributed. The project has been well received by inmates and staff. A total of 119 PEs have been trained and hold regular meetings with other inmates. Sixty pairs of scissors have been made available. Reports from inmates and staff indicate a reduction in tattooing and injecting drug use but male-to-male sex and the sharing of razor blades continues. HIV testing shows prevalence rates of 75% compared to the national average of 19% in adults. These findings suggest that the risk of HIV transmission at the prison is still high and measures to address this situation are urgentIy needed. Condom distribution in prisons must now be considered as weIl as steps to improve the poor living conditions in most Zambian prisons.
onderwerpen:

signatuur: ts.

'In but free' : an HIV/AIDS intervention in an African prison
ts.
Oscar Simooya, Nawa Sanjobo.
Culture, Health and Sexuality
3
(2001)
2
(apr-jun)
241-251
N271649
Grijs

Achieving an AIDS-Free generation for Gay men and other MSM in Southern Africa  / Owen Ryan ... [et al.].

New York, NY: amfAR ; [etc.], 2013 - 68 p.: ill.
uitgave: New York, NY : amfAR ; [etc.], 2013 - 68 p.: ill.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. hiv/aids
  2. homoseksualiteit
samenvatting: The HIV epidemic among gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM) in Southern Africa is expanding. Prevention, treatment, and care programs funded to reverse the epidemic often neglect the MSM population. Stigma and discrimination against MSM flourish with impunity in countries that receive significant donor funding for HIV. National planning documents and donor funding agreements mention MSM, but little programming actually exists. Epidemiological surveillance that would help inform programs serving MSM lags far behind strategic information collected on other populations. Little to no attention is paid to the needs of transgender people. This is the current state of HIV among gay men, other MSM, and transgender individuals (GMT). While the global conversation focuses on novel approaches to HIV treatment and prevention, GMT struggle to obtain the most basic health services. They are isolated, criminalized, blackmailed, and beaten. Despite this, GMT communities in Southern Africa have shown great resilience and determination. In each country studied, numerous community-led programs supported by both large and small donors are making substantial inroads against pervasive stigma and discrimination. While the global conversation focuses on novel approaches to HIV treatment and prevention, GMT struggle to obtain the most basic health services. These are the findings of the second report in this series: Achieving an AIDS-Free Generation for Gay Men and Other MSM. Focused specifically on six countries in Southern Africa (Botswana, Malawi, Namibia, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe), this report describes the financing and implementation of programs for GMT in a region at the heart of the HIV epidemic through a combination of desk research and in-country consultations conducted by civil society advocates with implementers, policy makers, academics, and people living with HIV. These six countries have made significant progress in reducing the number of new HIV infections

signatuur: cat. (achie/aid/gen)

dgb grijs

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Achieving an AIDS-Free generation for Gay men and other MSM in Southern Africa
cat. (achie/aid/gen)dgb grijs
N293026
Grijs

MSM and the Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic : Assessing PEPFAR and Looking Forward.

Washington, DC: amfAR, 2010 - 15 p.
uitgave: Washington, DC : amfAR, 2010 - 15 p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. hiv/aids
  2. homoseksualiteit
samenvatting: This issue brief provides a detailed analysis of PEPFAR's response to MSM in eight countries: China, Côte d'Ivoir, Guatemala, Jamaica, Malawi, Ukraïne, Vietnam and Zambia. The eight countries represent a range of epidemiologic, geographic, and contextual landscapes. The analysis is based om publicly available documents and interviews with U.S. government staff, public health experts, healthcare and service providers, and members of civil society.

signatuur: cat. (msm/glo)

dgb grijs

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MSM and the Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic : Assessing PEPFAR and Looking Forward.
cat. (msm/glo)dgb grijs
N293545
Grijs

Violations of the Human Rights of LGBTI Persons : Excerpts from the Communications Reports of the UN Special Procedures September 2011 to September 2014

[Geneva]: UN Human Rights Council, 2014 - 9 p.
uitgave: [Geneva] : UN Human Rights Council, 2014 - 9 p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. rechtspositie
  2. homoseksualiteit
samenvatting: Overzicht van aan de UN gerapporteerde mensenrechtenschendingen van LHBT-ers in de periode 2011-2014.

signatuur: cat. (viola/hum)

dgb grijs

toegang:
Violations of the Human Rights of LGBTI Persons : Excerpts from the Communications Reports of the UN Special Procedures September 2011 to September 2014
cat. (viola/hum)dgb grijs
N293648
Grijs

The status of sexual minorities in Southern Africa  / Author: Bernadette Muthien ; Editors: Melanie Scaife, Christine Graunas.

Carlton: Oxfam Australia ; Cape Town : Engender, 2009 - 29 p.
uitgave: Carlton : Oxfam Australia ; Cape Town : Engender, 2009 - 29 p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. rechtspositie
  2. homoseksualiteit
samenvatting: Analysing the legal, social, political, economic and cultural contexts of sexual minorities in Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe en Zuid-Afrika, this research recommends potential ways in which Oxfam, Oxfam affiliates and other interested parties can seek to address the issues identified, including the recognition of sexual minorities by the state and society, criminalisation of sexual minorities versus legislative protection, hate crimes perpetrated against sexual minorities, availability of health and support services for sexual minorities and strategies that individuals and organisations can employ to advance the rights of sexual minorities.

signatuur: cat. (muthi/sta)

dgb grijs

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The status of sexual minorities in Southern Africa
cat. (muthi/sta)dgb grijs
N293730

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