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HIV and Human Rights in Southern Africa: Victories and Ongoing Challenges
OSI-New York
June 15, 2009
Namibian lawyer and human rights activist Michaela Clayton speaks on HIV/AIDS and human rights issues in Southern Africa.

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OSI Forum: Why Russia Says No to Methadone
OSI-New York
April 27, 2009
Prof. Vladimir Mendelevich and Dr. Robert Newman, leading experts on drug treatment, discussed the ban on methadone in Russia, and explored barriers to HIV prevention and treatment.

Rights and Access: Promoting TB Care for Undocumented Migrants, Drug Users, and Mineworkers
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
March 24, 2009
The Open Society Institute, AIDS and Rights Alliance of Southern Africa, and Human Rights Watch presented a discussion on the vulnerabilities of undocumented migrants, drug users, and miners to TB infection, and creative approaches to providing these populations with appropriate TB care.

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