Advancing gender equity in access to HIV treatment through the Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa

The African Women’s Protocol and HIV: Delineating the African Commission’s General Comment on articles 14(1)(d) and (e) of the Protocol

HIV is not for me: A study of African women who have sex with women’s perceptions of HIV/AIDS and sexual health

The government’s obligation to provide anti-retrovirals to HIV-positive pregnant women in an African human rights context: The South African Nevirapine case

HIV-specific legislation in sub-Saharan Africa: A comprehensive human rights analysis

So sweet, so sour: A commentary on the Nigerian High Court’s decision in Georgina Ahamefule v Imperial Hospital & Another relating to the rights of persons living with HIV

LM and Others v Government of the Republic of Namibia: The first sub-Saharan African case dealing with coerced sterilisations of HIV-positive women – Quo vadis?

The dearth of the rights of HIV-positive employees in Zambia: A case comment on Stanley Kangaipe and Another v Attorney-Genral

Disentangling illness, crime and morality: Towards a rights-based approach to HIV prevention in Africa

The right to health case in the specific context of access to HIV/AIDS medicines: What can South Africa and Uganda learn from each other?

The African regional human rights system and HIV-related human experimentation: Implications of Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum v Zimbabwe

The Model Law on HIV in Southern Africa: Third World Approaches to International Law insights into a human rights-based approach

Access to anti-retroviral drugs as a component of the right to health in international law: Examining the application of the right in Nigerian jurisprudence

HIV/AIDS law and policy in Cameroon: Overview and challenges

A rights-based approach to access to HIV treatment in Nigeria

A comparative study of the implementation in Zimbabwe and South Africa of the international law rules that allow compulsory licensing and parallel importation for HIV/AIDS drugs

The never-ending paradoxes of HIV/AIDS and human rights

HIV/AIDS and human rights: The role of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights