Research

Research on workplace policies and programmes on TB, HIV and AIDS  is one of the key areas covered in the Terms of Reference of the IATT. IATT also acts as a forum for sharing research studies, good practices and other relevant publications.

Desk Review of Research on HIV/AIDS in the World of Work

Key research publications of IATT members

Cost benefit analysis

  1. The Organisational Impacts of HIV/AIDS on CSOs in Africa
  2. Cost Benefit Analysis of HIV Workplace Programmes in Zambia
  3. Perception of Indian employers about HIV/AIDS in the world of work

Baseline and impact studies

  1. Prevention of HIV/AIDS in the world of work: A tripartite response
  2. Socio-Economic impact of HIV/AIDS on people living with HIV/AIDS and their families

Policies/Strategy documents

  1. Including HIV in public and private sector insurance policies and products
  2. Small and medium enterprises’ response to HIV and AIDS
  3. UN Policy on HIV/AIDS in the workplace
  4. An HIV/AIDS Workplace Policy for the Education Sector in the Caribbean (UNESCO)
  5. Implementing the UN Learning Strategy on HIV/AIDS: Sixteen Case Studies (UNAIDS)
  6. IMPLEMENTING THE UN LEARNING STRATEGY ON HIV/AIDS: Ten Case Studies (UNCares)
  7. ITF's annual magazine on HIV and transport workers - Agenda 2013
  8. Desk review - 25 july 2012 (WPPS)
  9. HIVAIDS and port workers - a resource pack for unions (ITF)
  10. Summary of the HIV pilot projection selective seafarers centers
  11. UNICEF-Vanbreda Insurance Pilot Project Review - Lessons and recommendations
  12. WELLNESS FOR A GLOBAL WORKFORCE - Workplace wellness initiatives in low and middle-income countries (GBCHealth)
  13. Busan ICAAP poster presentations
  14. Experiences and Lessons Learnt in the project ‘Managing HIV and AIDS in the Workplace’ in South Indian NGO - STOP AIDS NOW
  15. Feeding practices of HIV exposed, infected and affected children under three years of age in selected districts of Karnataka
  16. INSA-India case studies
  17. Open Journal of Nursing - Nursing students’ perception on sexuality and gender issues
  18. Walking the Talk in the Workplace - INSA