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Nicci Stein

Former Executive Director, Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development (ICAD)

Nicci Stein was born and raised in South Africa and moved to Canada in 1999. She has a background in Social Work and has worked in the non-profit sector since 1983. Nicci was active in the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa and has always worked within a human rights framework to address issues of marginalization and discrimination. She has worked with homeless children and youth, children with disabilities, lesbian, gay and trans communities, sex workers and people living with HIV. Nicci has worked in the field of HIV and AIDS since 1993. Nicci worked at The 519 Church Street Community Centre in Toronto for nine years before taking up the position of Executive Director of the <a href="" rel="nofollow">Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development (ICAD)</a> in May 2009. <br> <br> Facebook: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>
Teens With HIV: The Forgotten

Teens With HIV: The Forgotten Generation?

<img alt="banner" src="" /> The adolescent years are tough by any standards. The decade between 10 years and 20 brings multiple challenges -- changing bodies, complex interpersonal peer relationships, navigating increasing independence, experiencing sex and intimacy, completing school and facing the future.
12/06/2013 08:23 EST
Building Women' Rights around HIV/AIDS, Sex and Reproductive

Building Women' Rights around HIV/AIDS, Sex and Reproductive Health

Many of the social and economic barriers that stand in the way of effective HIV prevention, treatment, support and care for people living with HIV are the same barriers that impede access to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health programs and services. In societies where cultural and gender norms tightly restrict the sexual and reproductive lives and choices of women and men, the risk for both unintended pregnancy and HIV infection is greatest.
03/06/2013 05:40 EST