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25 Nov, 2016
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Walk in Our Knickers: Campaign launched to raise awareness of issues faced by women living with HIV

Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women; the start of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence.   Sophia Forum are taking this opportunity to launch their campaign ‘Walk in Our Knickers’ to highlight the fact that women living with HIV are twice as likely to have been or be affected by gender violence. ‘Walk in Our Knickers’ aims to raise awareness, advocate for improved practice and prompt responses from policy makers and government.

22 Mar, 2016

Violence against Women and AIDS: Two Challenges for Sustainable Development

The Women Won’t Wait Campaign, FEIM and GCWA organizes a panel discussion on the linkages between Violence Against Women, AIDS and sustainable development. Date: Tuesday, 22 March at 16:30 Location: Boss Room, Church Centre, New York  

21 Mar, 2016

Women and Girls, HIV and Violence: preventing infection

This CSW side event will be an opportunity to discuss the vulnerability of women and girls, transgendered women, and gender-nonconforming people to HIV infection as the result of violence perpetrated against them.

16 Mar, 2016

Together for Girls "Every Hour Matters" - A Call to Ensure All Survivors Have Access to Post-Rape Care

The Every Hour Matters campaign and this panel discussions at the 2016 Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) aim to increase awareness of the importance of rapid access to post-rape care and urge global, national, and community leaders to improve access to comprehensive services. With the Every Hour Matters campaign, Together for Girls (TfG) aims to increase awareness of the importance of rapid access to comprehensive post-rape care given the benefits to reduce HIV infection, other sexually transmitted infections, unintended pregnancies, and psychological trauma.  Event 1 &nbs

5 Nov, 2015

NGO CSW60 Forum and Parallel Event Registration Now Open!

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19 Oct, 2015

UNRISD Seminar: Claiming their rights: How women's movements mobilize for policy change

The United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) is pleased to invite you to the next Seminar Claiming their rights: How women's movements mobilize for policy change, which will take place on Wednesday 21 October 2015 at 12.30/14.00, Room XXII at the Palais des Nations. Please, find the seminar poster attached. The event is public, but registration at www.unrisd.org/events is requested. Women across the global South are increasingly claiming their rights.

16 Oct, 2015

Womens Networking Zone ICASA 2015

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23 Sep, 2015

PrEP, Possibility, Pregnancy, & Breastfeeding Webinar

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21 Sep, 2015

Invitation to civil society to two UNGA meetings - Registration required

Members of civil society who will be in New York City later this month are invited to two UNAIDS events during the UN General Assembly.   1. Civil society-UNAIDS dialogue. An open dialogue on a range of issues, including AIDS advocacy in the SDG era, financing needs, and ways in which UNAIDS can support advocates.   Time: 1pm - 3pm, Sunday, 27 September  (NOTE: time subject to change)  Place: UNAIDS office, 801 Second Avenue suite 202  (between 42nd and 43rd), New York, NY   2. UNGA side event.  Action: Implementation.&

16 Jun, 2015
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29th Human Rights Council Side Event

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25 Nov, 2016
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Walk in Our Knickers: Campaign launched to raise awareness of issues faced by women living with HIV

Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women; the start of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence.   Sophia Forum are taking this opportunity to launch their campaign ‘Walk in Our Knickers’ to highlight the fact that women living with HIV are twice as likely to have been or be affected by gender violence. ‘Walk in Our Knickers’ aims to raise awareness, advocate for improved practice and prompt responses from policy makers and government.

11 Apr, 2016
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Implementing Comprehensive HIV and STI Programmes with Transgender People

In collaboration with UNAIDS and other partners, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and IRTG, a Global Network of Trans Women and HIV, have released a new publication entitled Implementing comprehensive HIV and STI programmes with transgender people: practical guidance for collaborative interventions. The publication presents concrete steps that public health officials, health workers and nongovernmental organizations can adopt to implement HIV and sexually transmitted infection (STI) programmes with transgender people.

11 Apr, 2016

HIV This Month

Welcome to UNAIDS Science now and to the third issue of HIV this month in 2016! In March, UNAIDS and WHO organized a highlights from CROI 2016 briefing. A video of the briefing as well as presentation slides from speakers are available. Presentation webcasts and abstracts at the actual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) 2016 in February are also available online.