A Report of a Theological Workshop Focusing on HIV- and AIDS-related Stigma
Churches and other faith-based organizations continue to play an important part in responding to the AIDS epidemic. This report of a workshop held in Windhoek, Namibia explores some issues in thinking theologically about AIDS and stigma. Participants were from different Christian traditions and countries; future workshops will cover Muslim, Hindu and Buddhist perspectives.
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