This issue reflects on how cultural and religious attitudes affect the sexual behaviour of young people and on the role they play in HIV incidence in the Asia-Pacific region. It also looks at good practices in this area. Includes two research briefs on the role of sex and HIV educational programmes for the youth and on knowledge and sexual behaviour of adolescent in Pune. Contains an interview with Halida Hanum Akhter, the recipient of the 2006 United Nations Population Award, which presents her insights into popular culture and reproductive health.
This issue is devoted to violence and children. It reports on the UN Study on Violence Against Children and reflects on processes and mechanisms that would ensure an effective follow up and an end to violence. Discusses corporal punishment, the role of NGOs and Special Representative, the justice system, children with disabilities, and the role of religious leaders in ending the violence against children. Comments, case studies and factfiles provide a comprehensive guide, commentary and backgorund reading to the topic and the UN Study
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