Securing an AIDS Free Future: Practical Lessons about Security and AIDS in Conflict and Post-Conflict Settings
This document identifies lessons learnt as a result of the implementation of the Security Council’s directives on AIDS and security. Drawing on experiences from UN peacekeeping operations over the last 12 years, the report underscores the security dimensions of the AIDS response, summarizes both successes and challenges to date in integrating HIV in peacekeeping missions, and identifies key priorities for future efforts to mainstream HIV across all aspects of peacekeeping operations.
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