|Unprotected Women: Gender and the Legal Dimensions of HIV/AIDS|
AUTHOR: A. Waafas Ofosu-Amaah
This article asserts that the subordinate roles of females in many segments of society, often reinforced under the law, places them at a disadvantage as far as HIV/AIDS is concerned. The article reviews the outcomes of low legal status, obstacles to implementing international human rights instruments, and entry-points for solutions.
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