Why representation matters
21 November 2016
09 April 2018
The Alliance and its partners are launching READY to Lead, an exciting young women’s leadership project in Zimbabwe, funded by Comic Relief.
05 April 2018
Matofu fled persecution for being gay, but on arriving at a refugee camp in Malawi with his young son, they encountered further abuse.
One evening Didier closed up his shop for the day and went to meet friends, but he had no idea his life was about to change so drastically.
14 March 2018
The Alliance calls upon the IAS to re-evaluate its decision to host AIDS2020 in San Francisco and Oakland.
Kaluso, a transgender woman from Malawi, speaks out about the need for zero discrimination when it comes to the rights of sexual minorities.
Blantyre’s community policing coordinator used to think that gay people should not be accepted. But activists have changed his mind.
Imagine finding out your mother took part in a protest – against who you are. This is Shy's story.
Lesbian activist calls on leaders in South Africa to speak out for LGBT human rights following the rape and murder of her best friend.
As a young transgender woman, SashaBerry had a highly increased risk of acquiring HIV, which is what happened to her at the age of 18.
07 December 2017
The ambitious new strategy of the US President’s Plan for AIDS Relief uses language that has no place in the global HIV response.
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