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Giving With One Hand and Taking with the Other: HowForced Migrants living with HIV/AIDS are affected by Legislation

".....While Uganda is widely celebrated as a country withmodel refugee legislation, and was once also regarded as a model for combating the HIV/AIDS pandemic, we note with deepening concern that when it comes to forced migrants and HIV/AIDS, there are some serious obstacles to effective support which would  enable our clients to enjoy their human rights and lead dignified lives. What we are left with is a context in which forced migrants are given protection with one hand… only to find that what it has been taken away with the other!......"
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20 September 2017
From Policy to Practice; Making Refugee-Host Relations a win-win
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