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Mozambican social protection law and the protection of people living with HIV/AIDS

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The situation regarding HIV/AIDS in Mozambique remains dramatic as the statistics demonstrate in a 2016 global survey, which placed the country as the eighth most infected country in the world and as the sixth in terms of daily new infections. Since the first notification of the HIV/AIDS infection in 1986, the government has been designing and implementing specific legislation, policies and strategic programmes covering almost all fields of law, envisaging the deterrence of the pandemic and mitigating its impact. Moreover, the international community has developed an international legal framework on responses to HIV/AIDS. Thus, within the field of social law, this thesis envisages the development of a conceptual legal approach informing Mozambican legislation on the social protection of people living with HIV/AIDS. It particularly focuses on conceptual and theoretical foundations of HIV/AIDS policies and programmes in the workplace.

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Comoane, Paulo Daniel. “Mozambican Social Protection Law and the Protection of People Living with HIV/AIDS.” 2017 : n. pag. Print.
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Comoane, P. D. (2017). Mozambican social protection law and the protection of people living with HIV/AIDS. Gent.
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Comoane, Paulo Daniel. 2017. “Mozambican Social Protection Law and the Protection of People Living with HIV/AIDS”. Gent.
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Comoane, Paulo Daniel. 2017. “Mozambican Social Protection Law and the Protection of People Living with HIV/AIDS”. Gent.
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Comoane PD. Mozambican social protection law and the protection of people living with HIV/AIDS. [Gent]; 2017.
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P. D. Comoane, “Mozambican social protection law and the protection of people living with HIV/AIDS,” Gent, 2017.
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  abstract     = {The situation regarding HIV/AIDS in Mozambique remains dramatic as the statistics demonstrate in a 2016 global survey, which placed the country as the eighth most infected country in the world and as the sixth in terms of daily new infections. Since the first notification of the HIV/AIDS infection in 1986, the government has been designing and implementing specific legislation, policies and strategic programmes covering almost all fields of law, envisaging the deterrence of the pandemic and mitigating its impact. Moreover, the international community has developed an international legal framework on responses to HIV/AIDS. Thus, within the field of social law, this thesis envisages the development of a conceptual legal approach informing Mozambican legislation on the social protection of people living with HIV/AIDS. It particularly focuses on conceptual and theoretical foundations of HIV/AIDS policies and programmes in the workplace.},
  author       = {Comoane, Paulo Daniel},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {335},
  school       = {Ghent University},
  title        = {Mozambican social protection law and the protection of people living with HIV/AIDS},
  year         = {2017},
}