Dignity, Freedom, and Grace -

Dignity, Freedom, and Grace

Christian Perspectives on HIV, AIDS, and Human Rights


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Forty years after the advent of HIV and AIDS, many people around the world living with HIV still endure assaults on their dignity and basic human rights - from stigma and discrimination to denial of legal protection and even medical care. Bringing together people living with, working with, researching, or personally affected by HIV or AIDS, this volume draws directly from on-the-ground experiences elicited from frontline actors in the churches and agencies. Dignity, Freedom, and Grace broaches the truly tough questions faced by those with HIV and those who work directly or programmatically with them. It offers strong, substantive discussions of the meaning of human rights, its relation to the more religious language of church traditions, the contextual wisdom of key populations most at risk for HIV, and the best practices and theological reflection of Christian churches.

Product code: 9782825416792

ISBN 9782825416792
No. Of Pages 168
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H229xW152
Publisher World Council of Churches (WCC Publications)