A straightforward practical resource designed to give UNAIDS personnel and their families the most up-to-date information available on HIV and AIDS. Information includes basic facts about HIV/AIDS, ways to protect yourself and your family against HIV/AIDS, advice on testing and how to cope with the disease, a global overview of the epidemic and UNAIDS' response to it, and a list of resources for additional information or support. The booklet also contains the UN's HIV/AIDS Personnel Policy
This manual has been written for people working in groups. It aims to offer suggestions and ideas to people and organisations who are beginning new groups, or planning to do so and who have limited experience of running a group. It will also be useful for trainers and facilitators who have been running groups for some time or who are helping others set up their own groups. It has developed from experiences of people living with HIV who have been working together in groups around the world. It is practical in focus and written in accessible language, with checklists, examples and tips throughout. Part 1 looks at why we set up groups and the benefits of group working. Part 2 looks at the practicalities of setting up groups, organising meetings and keeping the group going. Part 3 looks at some skills and activities for developing and maintaining positive group dynamics. Part 4 explains how to develop a project step-by-step, from planning to evaluation. Part 5 offers advice on finding sources of funding, Part 6 deals with disclosure issues, and Part 7 looks at advocacy and campaigning at all levels
This convention is addressed to State parties outlining the prohibition of the use, stockpiling, production and transfer of anti-personnel mines and on their destruction. It outlines 22 articles on obligations, international cooperation and ground rules in which States Parties are bound to comply. It states victim assistance duties for care and rehabilitation and stresses the role of public conscience for the ban of anti-personnel mines
This book provides step by step guidance to the process of rational prescribing, together with many illustrative examples. It teaches skills that are necessary throughout a clinical career. It is primarily intended for undergraduate medical students who are about to enter the clinical phase of their studies but postgraduate students and practicing doctors may also find it a source of new ideas
This extensive website focusing on inclusive education is regularly updated, primarily with publications written by people working and living in the South. The website’s resources database covers a wide range of themes including: action research and image-based methodologies, early childhood, emergencies, deafness, gender, parents, policy, teacher education, among others. The website also contains EENET’s newsletters, plus event and job vacancy announcements.
The website is also available from EENET as a CD-ROM
This website is about the UN's disability programmes and focuses on rights, international standards and declarations, such as the World Programme of Action. Thematic issues covered include accessibility, promoting the rights of disabled people, mainstreaming disability and development, and building the capacity of disabled people's organisations. There are also links to disability databases and other disability organisations
This comprehensive toolkit contains practical information and training materials on the technical aspects of running a resource centre. There are sections on databases, the Internet, marketing, writing grant proposals, searching for health information, computer software, and many more
This website offers information and in-depth reports on different aspects of the social determinants of health. The determinants include unemployment, unsafe workplaces, urban slums, globalization and lack of access to health systems. The major areas of work reflected on this site include global initiatives, knowledge networks, civil society and country action
The purpose of this website is to strengthen the work of the United Nations OHCHR on disability related issues. Specifically, the work aims to promote the development of long term projects to integrate disability issues into international treaty monitoring bodies, including the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The website has news, studies, reports, publications, resolutions and events.
Aimed at policy makers, prescribers, health educators, administrators and health development organisations, the Essential Drugs Monitor covers national drug policy and the implementation of essential drugs programmes worldwide. Contains regular features on operational research, supply and rational use of drugs, together with reviews of relevant publications
Covers disability and development issues. Subjects range from evaluating accessible travel to exploring pathways into work for people with disabilities
Four times a year
Designed to provide an accurate and authoritative overview of developments of issues in family planning and related health and development fields. The information is clearly presented. The journal is now available on CD-ROM which includes interactive enhancements such as video and audio of experts explaining their research, animated charts and diagrams, and links from selected POPLINE records to over 2,500 pages of full-text documents.
Free (developing countries)
US$2 (per copy for readers in developed countries who want multiple copies)
US$35 (full sets of reports in print)
In ICW News, HIV positive women around the world share their personal stories, connect across national boundaries and share information. The newsletter reports on important developments around HIV/AIDS at national and international levels.
Three times a year
Print: free to women living with HIV who are unable to afford subscription
ICW also produce an e-newsletter twice a year
"The database provides easy access to country-specific human rights information emanating from international human rights mechanisms in the United Nations system: the Treaty Bodies, the Special Procedures and the Universal Periodic Review (UPR). This tool aims at raising awareness of the human rights recommendations coming from these mechanisms and assisting governments, civil society organizations, national human rights institutions, and United Nations partners with their implementation. The Index allows the user to find out about human rights issues worldwide, and to see how the legal interpretation of international human rights law has evolved over the past ten years"
This comprehensive UN millennium development goal (MDG) website presents background information, reports and statements, statistics, and a calendar of events. It also features a section about Beyond 2015 highlighting an overview, timeline and related resources for post-MDG development agenda. Media information and details about how to get invovled are provided
This online video game engages children aged 9 to 16 to teach them how to protect urban areas and villages against natural hazards through disaster risk planning and management. It sensitises children on basic notions of disaster risk reduction in a fun and entertaining manner. Its main objective is to raise awareness about the issue and does not pretend to educate children on all the aspects of disaster risk reduction issues
The online game includes five natural hazard scenarios (flooding, tsunami, wildfire, hurricane and earthquake) set in five different geographic environments with three different levels of difficulty that require critical decision-making and strategic planning. In each scenario, the player has a specific mission to fulfill within a budget and limit time. Then a natural hazard strikes after which the player assesses damage and receives his/her score. The player who has protected the most people and their livelihoods (property and resources) wins the game
Source e-bulletin on Disability and Inclusion