aids discrimination



H.I.V. Discrimination Law Fails in Chinese Court

A court in China has ruled against a plaintiff who claimed he was discriminated against in a job application because of his positive HIV status. From the New York Times: The man who filed the lawsuit, a 22-year-old college...

In Rare Move, China Court to Hear H.I.V. Case

The New York Times reports that a court in Anhui has taken the unprecedented move of accepting a case filed by a prospective school teacher who says he was denied a job for being HIV positive: The unidentified man, said to be in...

Behind Closed Doors, AIDS Risks Grow in China

A Caixin article addresses the AIDS epidemic and the social stigma of homosexuality in China. By reporters Zhu Ziyi and Liu Hongqiao: University student Liu Ji told his uncle, who in turn told his aunt. Eventually, his younger...

The Cold Steel Behind China’s Soft Power

From the Australian: The row that has emerged over Australian Writers Week in China underlines the danger and the value of such bold attempts to deepen the relationship beyond its mine-ship-steelmill axis… The latest...

How Not to Fight HIV/Aids

On the Guardian website, Joe Amon takes a critical look at the Chinese government’s AIDS prevention efforts: More than 25 years into the global Aids epidemic, one thing we’ve learned is that you can’t fight HIV...



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