Book: Konstantin Skripkin «Hiv and Aids: What Can We do About This?»

Hiv and Aids: What Can We do About This?

This book differs from the other books of this series in that it was written upon UNESCO request. UNESCO stands for United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Its goal is to ensure respect, fairness and compliance with laws and human rights. We are very glad that in our country, too, there are now books telling that all humans in the world have equal rights - no matter whether they are black or white, poor or rich, healthy or ill, educated or those who had no chance to get education.

Формат: 150x240, 72 стр.

ISBN: 978-5-904460-02-0

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