While there are a variety of human rights issues in Swaziland, we are focusing on the AIDS/HIV crisis, censorship, legal issues, and women's rights because of the prevalence of these issues in Swazi society. While each of these issues come into conflict with specific guaranteed human rights such as the right to health, freedom of speech, and freedom from discrimination, they all maintain overlapping correlations as well. Swaziland has the highest prevalence of HIV/AIDS infection in the world. While action against the epidemic has caused this trend to stop increasing, it continues to remain constant at an alarmingly high rate. King Mswati III uses scare tactics to promote self-censoring by journalists, and in order to improve the issue of censorship in Swaziland, journalists must acknowledge the presence of censorship and not be afraid of repercussions by the King. Due to male-centric cultural ideologies and lack of economic equality, Swazi women are extremely vulnerable to sexual abuse and face a number of economic injustices despite their contributions to society. In order to improve the rights of Swazi women, the government of Swaziland must guarantee its citizens educational awareness, constitutional reform, and freedom from abuse.