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Estrategia de la UNESCO en materia de educación preventiva VIH/SIDA (2004)

10-05-2004 9:00 am
Guiding principles

UNESCO’s strategy is to place special emphasis on prevention with and for education.
UNESCO-AIDS_Strategy_250.jpg By HIV/AIDS prevention education, UNESCO means offering learning opportunities for all to develop the knowledge, skills, competencies, values and attitudes that will limit the transmission and impact of the pandemic, including through access to care and counselling and education for treatment. UNESCO also means, through improved prevention and planning, to limit the impact of HIV/AIDS on the education sector, thereby preserving the core functions of the education systems.

The guiding principles that underlie all UNESCO’s activities in the area of HIV/AIDS are
  • work towards expanding educational opportunities and the quality of education for all;
  • a multi-pronged approach that addresses both risk (individual awareness and behaviour) and vulnerability (contextual factors);
  • promotion and protection of human rights, and promotion of gender equality and elimination of violence (notably violence against women), stigma and discrimination;
  • an approach to prevention based on information that is both scientifically sound, culturally appropriate, and effectively communicated.

    This strategy presents the emphases and focuses of UNESCO’s programme. It does not exclude response to specific needs at country level that fall within its competence and where UNESCO has a capacity to respond.

  • Sitio Web (URL) http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0013/001345/134572s.pdf
    Autor(es) UNESCO
    Editorial Publicaciones del IIEP
    Fecha de Publicación 10-05-2004 9:00 am

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