International HIV Prevention Law Research

The UCLA AIDS Institute and the UCLA Program in Global Health’s International Prevention and Policy Research for HIV/AIDS Seed Grants program awarded two research grants to Lara Stemple. In 2008-09 Stemple, together with law students, analyzed national-level compliance with international human rights norms related to HIV prevention in China, India, Jamaica, Kenya, Malawi, Mexico, South Africa, Thailand and Zimbabwe. In 2010 Stemple and UCLA School of Law researcher Emily Nagisa Keehn conducted a feasibility study for a project with Sonke Gender Justice Network to provide specialized training to African and U.S. lawyers on HIV/AIDS prevention law and policy in South Africa.

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