Why a cricketer calling out homophobia is a win for health
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ICJ call for submissions on the misuse of criminal law in the areas of sexuality, reproduction, drug use and HIV
The ICJ has opened a call for written submissions on the misuse of criminal law in the areas of sexuality,Read more.
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Contribution – Enda Sante
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SC urges to formulate policy for social inclusion of transgender persons
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Shereen El Feki: Time’s up for bad laws on HIV
July 23, 2018Earlier this month, four decades of global efforts to develop a vaccine for HIV received a boost withRead more.
Opinion: Universal health coverage is out of reach unless we eliminate discrimination
By: Mandeep DhaliwalZero discrimination is more than a slogan. It is essential for achieving universal health coverage.According to WHO andRead more.
Sofia Gruskin: We must follow California’s example and repeal archaic HIV laws
December 15, 2017Recently, my home state of California made national headlines when it repealed an HIV criminalisation law and reducedRead more.
New reports highlight inequities faced by transgender people living with HIV
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Malawi High Court affirms human rights approach to criminalisation of HIV transmission and exposure
Malawi High Court affirms human rights approach to criminalisation of HIV transmission and exposure Published on Thursday, 16 March 2017Read more.
When Sex is a Crime and Spit is a Dangerous Weapon: The origins, impact and advocacy response to HIV criminal
The American Psychological Association joined nearly a dozen medical, public health, government and advocacy organizations in its release of aRead more.
UN-High-Level Panel On Access To Medicines Takes Next Step At Human Rights Council
The United Nations Human Rights Council held a panel discussion yesterday to exchange views on good practices and key challengesRead more.
Main Recommendations Of UN High-Level Panel On Access To Medicines Presented At WTO
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PRESS STATEMENT: UNAIDS welcomes landmark decision by Sri Lanka’s Supreme Court prohibiting HIV discrimination
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Joint commitment on sustainable healthcare
Joint commitment on sustainable healthcare Published on Wednesday, 07 December 2016 15:47 The SPHS Task Team members UNDP, UNEP, UNFPA, UNOPS,Read more.
At landmark BRICS meet, India raises public health, pharma sector concerns
A high-level panel hosted by India as part of the BRICS group of countries discussed the issues of trade dealsRead more.
Nigerian laws give conflicting message on HIV and homophobia
In Nigeria since the introduction of an anti-homosexuality law in 2014 which criminalises LGBT people, increasing homophobia has been havingRead more.
Dispatches: The Philippines’ Unaddressed HIV Epidemic
The Philippine government observed what it described as the world's first "AIDS Hour" on May 14. Department of Health SecretaryRead more.
Clinton Promises She’ll Reform HIV Criminalization Laws
Clinton Promises She’ll Reform HIV Criminalization Laws Published on Tuesday, 17 May 2016 14:40 Tonight, speaking via a pre-recorded videoRead more.