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Interview: How to strengthen China's anti-discrimination laws

12-02-2010 08:50 BJT Special Report:World AIDS Day |

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Here in China, there's growing awareness of people living with HIV/AIDS, and their right to receive respect and dignity. CCTV reporter Han Bin brings us, one man's story of how he lost three jobs due to his HIV-positive status. Full Story>>

For more analysis on China's policies on eliminating discrimination against people with AIDS/HIV, we're joined on the line with Professor Wang Ruotao, who is a former researcher at the National Center for AIDS Control and Prevention and now teaches public health at the Peking Union Medical College.

Q1. China's anti-discrimination laws are generally weak and poorly enforced. How can the government address this serious problem?

Q2. China lifted its ban on foreigners with AIDS/HIV from entering the country in April. What considerations led to this move?

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV.CN

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