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Conference Papers

Antoine Augustin, UNDP - 'Haiti: Governance and the AIDS Response'

Garrett W. Brown, University of Sheffield - 'Theory and Practice: The Global Fund, Multisectoral Global Governance and Deliberative Safeguards against the Colonisation of Public Reason'

Kondwani Chirambo, IDASA - 'AIDS, Politics and Governance: Preliminary results on the impact of HIV/AIDS on the electoral process in Namibia, Malawi, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia'

Antoinette Handley, University of Toronto - 'Business and the HIV/AIDS Governance Gap in South Africa' 

Felicity L. S. Hatendi Gutu, UNDP Zimbabwe - 'Examination of the Zimbabwe GFATM Institutional Arrangements'

Sophie Harman, CSGR, University of Warwick - 'The Causes, Contours and Consequences of Multi-Sectoralism'

Shannon Hayes, Sarah Silliman and Annan Williams, with Esther Mwaura-Muiru and Violet Shivutse - 'Home-Based Caregivers: Turning the AIDS Pandemic into an Opportunity for Promoting Good Governance in Africa'

Stephen Kingah, Vrije Universiteit Brussels / UNU-CRIS - 'Access to Affordable HIV/AIDS Medicines in the Southern African Development Community (SADC): Substantive and Jurisdictional Coherence of EC Rules'; Study Summary

Franklyn Lisk, CSGR, University of Warwick - 'Towards a New Architecture of Global Governance for Responding to the HIV/AIDS Epidemic'

Franklyn Lisk, CSGR, University of Warwick - 'The Private Sector and Governance of HIV/AIDS Response' 

Hari Mohan, United Nations Development Programme - 'Local Governance and Empowerment for Sustainable AIDS Responses: Experiences from UNDP, India'

Helen T. Potts, University of Essex - 'Accountability and the Right to Health: A framework for national action'

Marianna Romina - 'Regional Networks for HIV/AIDS: Challenges and Prospects for Scaling-up Effective Response'

Dylan Sutherland, Nottingham University - 'Exploring the Economic and Social Terrain of Epidemic Disease in China: Income Inequality and HIV/AIDS - is there a relationship?'

Edrich Nathanaël Tsotsa, CEAN, Institute of Political Studies of Bordeaux - 'NGOs in HIV/AIDS Responses in Africa: A Comparison of the Cameroonian and South African Cases'