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 The Canadian HIV/AIDS Black, African and Caribbean Network (CHABAC) and its partners are pleased to announce the second annual African, Caribbean and Black Canadian HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on February 7, 2016. The African, Caribbean and Black Canadian HIV/AIDS Awareness Day will help raise awareness of HIV, promote HIV prevention and contribute to addressing HIV-related stigma…
 The purpose of this factsheet is to shed light on community mobilization as a way to effectively raise awareness, improve prevention, reduce stigma and address HIV and AIDS amongst African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) communities in Canada._________________________Ce feuillet d’information vise à mettre en lumière la mobilisation communautaire en tant que moyen efficace pour rehausser la…
People from African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) communities face multiple forms of stigma and discrimination. HIV-related stigma is just one of these. The purpose of this fact sheet is to raise awareness among health and social service professionals about the experience and impact of HIV-related stigma on ACB communities._______________________________________Les personnes des communautés africaines, caraïbéennes et…
This poster is part of the Canadian HIV/AIDS Black, African and Caribbean Network's African, Caribbean and Black Canadian HIV/AIDS Awareness Day campaign. This version contains a white box where you can add a label with your organization or event information. For the original version (without the white box), please visit CATIE's Ordering Centre (English and…
Youth from the Caribbean and the Caribbean Diaspora in Canada face many similar issues with respect to the risk of contracting HIV. This fact sheet highlights several key issues affecting both communities of young people. This fact sheet was developed as a companion piece to the youth video “One Blood: Youth Linked in Action”, a…
In both high-income and low- or middle-income countries, indigenous peoples face some of the heaviest burdens of ill health. In particular, indigenous populations face a higher vulnerability to HIV due to a range of factors including stigmatization, structural racism and discrimination and individual/community disempowerment.Despite the fact that HIV is highly prevalent in these populations, there…