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Do no harm - Health, human rights and people who use drugs

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UNAIDS

Evidence supports the need for a shift in the global approach to drug use. In this report, Do no harm: health, human rights and people who use drugs, UNAIDS shows what works to reduce the impact of HIV and other harms related to drug use. Countries that have moved away from laws and policies...

Tags: Injecting drug users (IDUs), People who use drugs (PUD), Global, Harm reduction, Human rights, Universal access
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When women lead, change happens

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UNAIDS

More women are accessing antiretroviral therapy than men, transferring the benefits of their good health to their families and economies. When young women are empowered and have their rights fulfilled, HIV prevalence falls, there are fewer unintended pregnancies, fewer maternal deaths and fewer...

Tags: People living with HIV (PLHIV), Women, Global, Epidemiology, Gender, Human rights, Inequalities in health, Social issues, Stigma and discrimination
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Women who use drugs

Women who injects drugs: A review of their risks, experiences and needs

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Reference Group to the United Nations on HIV and Injecting Drug Use

Women who inject drugs have substantially different needs and face higher risks of disease and violence than do men who inject drugs. Given this difference, it is surprising that much of the literature on injecting drug users (IDU) does not distinguish between men and women when discussing...

Tags: Injecting drug users (IDUs), People who use drugs (PUD), Women, Global, Gender, Harm reduction, Inequalities in health, Reproductive health, Sexual and reproductive health, Social issues, Stigma and discrimination, Universal access
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Sustaining the human rights response to HIV

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UNAIDS

The human rights response to HIV, largely implemented by civil society, has been crucial to the HIV response, but it appears that the funding for this work is insufficient and may be threatened further. Based on these concerns—and with the support of the Ford Foundation—UNAIDS commissioned...

Tags: LGBTI, Men having sex with men (MSM), People living with HIV (PLHIV), People who use drugs (PUD), Sex workers, Women, Global, Human rights, Universal access
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Executive summary: How AIDS changed everything — MDG6: 15 years, 15 lessons of hope from the AIDS response

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UNAIDS

This is an executive summary of UNAIDS report "How AIDS changed everything". It contains valuable insights and ground-breaking and heart-warming experiences from the innovative and exciting work that partners, communities and countries have done and are doing in the AIDS response. There are also...

Tags: Gay men and other MSM, Injecting drug users (IDUs), LGBTI, Men having sex with men (MSM), People living with HIV (PLHIV), People who are/were in prisons, People who use drugs (PUD), Sex workers, Women, Global, Advocacy, Human rights, Inequalities in health, Laws and regulations, Stigma and discrimination, Universal access
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EMIS 2010

EMIS 2010: The European Men-Who-Have-Sex-With-Men Internet Survey. Findings from 38 countries

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The EMIS Network

This report comprises the findings of an internet survey among MSM from 38 European countries, making a total sample of over 180000 men across Europe. It is the largest transnational survey among MSM ever conducted. The survey focused on knowledge of HIV and STIs, sexual behaviour and the use of...

Tags: Health care professionals, Men having sex with men (MSM), NGOs, WHO European region, Research
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EMIS 2010 community reports

EMIS 2010: The European Men-Who-Have-Sex-With-Men Internet Survey. Community Reports.

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The EMIS Network

Community Reports were designed to provide feedback to EMIS study participants and to gay, bisexual, transgender and other MSM. They are available for download in several European languages. The 1st Community Report was written by the Associated Partners and published on World AIDS Day 2010.

Tags: Health care professionals, Men having sex with men (MSM), NGOs, WHO European region, Research
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EMIS 2010: The European Men-Who-Have-Sex-With-Men Internet Survey. National Reports.

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The EMIS Network

EMIS national reports are provided by Associated and Collaborating Partners of EMIS. They are available in the language(s) of the country of the repective partners and are based on the data provided by respondents who lived in that country at the time of the survey (irrespective of the language...

Tags: Gay men and other MSM, Health care professionals, Men having sex with men (MSM), NGOs, Regional, Research
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Prevent HIV, test and treat all - WHO support for country impact: Progress report 2016

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WHO

The global HIV epidemic claimed fewer lives in 2015 than at any point in almost two decades, and fewer people became newly infected with HIV than in any year since 1991. The list of countries on the brink of eliminating new HIV infections among children keeps growing. A massive expansion of...

Tags: General public, Global, WHO European region, Advocacy, Work and HIV
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Get on the Fast-Track — the life-cycle approach to HIV

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UNAIDS

In this report, UNAIDS is announcing that 18.2 million people now have access to HIV treatment. The Fast-Track response is working. Increasing treatment coverage is reducing AIDS-related deaths among adults and children. But the life-cycle approach has to include more than just treatment....

Tags: Gay men and other MSM, General public, Injecting drug users (IDUs), LGBTI, Men having sex with men (MSM), Migrants, People who use drugs (PUD), Refugees, Sex workers, Women, Global, Affordability, Ageing with HIV, Care and support, Gender, Harm reduction, HIV and labor, Human rights, Inequalities in health, Monitoring and Evaluation, Policy, Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), Prevention, Sexual and reproductive health, Social issues, Stigma and discrimination, Testing and counselling, Universal access, Work and HIV
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