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This project report responds to the need for documenting and sharing of domestic and international best and promising practices/approaches that demonstrate results toward meeting global HIV, TB, and hepatitis C reduction targets.
The International Labour Organization (ILO) Geneva engaged the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN) and the secretariat of the International Indigenous HIV & AIDS Working Group (IIWGHA) to undertake a qualitative study on stigma and discrimination experienced by indigenous peoples living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and/or having tuberculosis (TB) at work.
This 10-point call to action is meant to parallel the issues that are outlined in the civil society “Shadow Report” titled, A Deadly Divide: TB Commitments vs. TB Realities released during the first week of December.
This summary report shares lessons learned from a first look at global efforts in responding to global HIV, tuberculosis (TB), and hepatitis C (hep C) in Indigenous communities that aim to improve their good health today and the health of generations to come.