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LATEST ALLIANCE NEWS

Read the latest Alliance news from around the world.

  • Latin America: in search of its identity

    12 May 2014

    Despite new gender identity laws, violence against gay men and transgender women is still rife in the region. “We can’t let our guard down” says our Regional Representative, Javier Hourcade Bellocq.

  • New toolkit: HIV & human rights

    12 May 2014

    Published in partnership with ARASA, we are delighted to launch our latest Good Practice Guide. It’s a practical tool for HIV programmers to help them respond to human rights within their HIV and broader health programmes.

  • India: They tell me I’m a criminal

    12 May 2014

    Ahead of International Day Against Homophobia & Transphobia, meet Abhina and Shaleen who are part of India’s vibrant civil society that has been fighting to protect the rights of MSM, transgender and hijra people for more than twenty years.

  • Responding to HIV and health in fragile states

    12 May 2014

    More than half of the people living with HIV live in fragile states. The Alliance and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) have embarked on a new partnership to build community capacity to respond to HIV and wider health issues in these countries.

  • Zimbabwe: GALZ honoured for their work defending human rights

    30 Apr 2014

    Our partner in Zimbabwe has been awarded the 2014 Human Rights, HIV and TB Award by the AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA).

  • Respect please! No laptops & mobile phones

    22 Apr 2014

    As part of efforts to mobilise young people living with HIV to 2015 and beyond, Musah Lumumba, a youth advocate from Uganda, reflects on two important meetings which took place in Cape Town last week.

  • Event at CPD to train youth advocates

    06 Apr 2014

    The Alliance and its Link Up consortium partners are training youth advocates to get their HIV & SRHR-related needs on the post-2015 agenda during the 47th Commission on Population and Development this week.

  • Jakarta beats: harm reduction advocacy in Asia

    01 Apr 2014

    Community advocates from China, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia and India get together to increase the evidence and build support for harm reduction in Asia.

  • How to prevent HIV? Start by talking to young people

    01 Apr 2014

    Young people living with HIV - and those most affected - have the right to lead healthy lives and be active in the policy debates which will determine their futures.

  • Gender-based violence and HIV: addressing twin epidemics

    28 Mar 2014

    Governments, NGOs and activists gathered in New York for the 58th Session on the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) last month. One young woman living with HIV shares her experience of being there.