01 Jul 2013
The Alliance welcomes the legal decision by the US Supreme Court to overturn the infamous “anti-prostitution pledge” which required all nongovernmental organisations who received US government funds to fight AIDS to sign a statement publicly opposing sex work.
30 Jun 2013
The Alliance welcomes the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) new guidelines on the use of antiretroviral therapy (ART) for treating and preventing HIV infection which were launched at the 7th International AIDS Society conference on HIV Pathogenesis Treatment and Prevention in Kuala Lumpur today.
27 Jun 2013
In a world where human rights abuses continue to fuel the HIV epidemic, a ground-breaking global policy agreed by EU foreign affairs ministers last week which instructs EU diplomats to defend the human rights of LGBTI people around the globe will offer a lifeline to activists and civil society organisations everywhere.
Activists in 26 cities around the world took to the streets on 26 June in an historic day of action to raise awareness of the harms caused by the ‘war on drugs’.
14 Jun 2013
This month, we unveil a new strapline - Together to end AIDS - which affirms our intention. We are an alliance of 40 organisations dedicated to ending AIDS through community action.
07 Jun 2013
The Alliance’s award winning film on harm reduction is being screened tonight as part of the public section of the Drugs and Harm Reduction Film Festival.
05 Jun 2013
The Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS and the ATHENA Network! wants your help to share the voices of young people all over the world.
03 Jun 2013
Representatives from Linking Organisations across the Alliance will join delegates in Lithuania from 9-12 June at what is the key event for all those interested in harm reduction programming around the world.
According to WHO and UNAIDS, Ukraine is home to Europe’s worst HIV epidemic. Every day 57 people are newly infected and 11 die of AIDS. Yet last year, for the first time in over a decade, new data shows that HIV incidence is now in decline.
02 Jun 2013
Thirty-eight years after 150 sex workers occupied Saint-Nizier Church in Lyon in France, to protest about criminalisation of sex work and exploitation, RedTraSex are campaigning for the recognition of the human rights of sex workers.
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