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Care, Disability and HIV in Africa: diverging or interconnected concepts and practices?
Third World Quarterly
Recent research and policy has recognised the central role of unpaid care-givers (often women and girls) in providing care for people living with HIV in the global South. Disability rights perspectives, however, challenge the language of 'care' and 'dependence'. Disabled people's views have often been overlooked in global policy debates about care, while organisations of people living with HIV have tended to advocate for their rights in isolation from disabled people's organisations. Drawing ondoi:10.1080/01436597.2011.604517 fatcat:vz5zalwhu5bfff6lqc63fm5ojq