Many had a visceral reaction to HIV Prevention Intervention for Young Gay Men question, answering it, at least initially, in the negative. New information and communication technologies are changing the way in which gay men and other me. Gender Transformation through Transformed Practice.
The case studies in this paper have offered examples of the ways the existential threat of HIV, the biomedical tools of antiretroviral treatment, the biopolitical techniques of self-management and resonsibilisation, and the human rights discourses of treatment access and gender justice, have opened up a space to challenge all those involved to think and do gender differently.
My role in the process evaluation of this program was to understand how the lay health worker program operated on a day-to-day basis.
Jewkes R. Dunkle K. Geneva, 20 May National AIDS programmes need to increasingly include the use of new information and communication technologies in their strategies and policies, build their own information and communications technology capacity and fund such programmes.
A special focus was made on directly involving men and boys in this work as part of a broader goal, grounded in feminist politics, to transform gendered norms, practices, and relationships. Résumé This article presents three case studies on the question of gender, health and change.