Tony Sheldon in the BMJ reports on a high level meeting of 40 religious leaders from Buddhist, Christian (Protestant and Roman Catholic), Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, Baha’í, and Sikhmany religions held recently in Utrecht (The Netherlands), with the participation of UNAIDS and AIDS activists. The participants pledged that they would fight discrimination against HIV+ people, often fuelled by religious leaders in the past. We find it regrettable that this important progress has only been covered by BMJ (which is a very medical journal). This should be shouted from the roof tops…
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