Harm Reduction: GCWA Women, HIV and Harm Reduction brief available in Russian
To access the document, click here/Чтобы получить доступ к документу нажмите здесь: Harm Reduction Brief (2012) Russian.pdf
30 Nov, 2011|Tags: gcwa partner, gender inequality...
Women who use drugs, harm reduction and HIV
8 Jun, 2011|
Watch "In Women's Words" on-line!
At the United Nations in New York, leader are gathering to chart the future of the global response to HIV.
6 Apr, 2009|
Global / universal access: Priorities identified by Women for Universal Acces
In preparation for the June UN High Level Meeting on AIDS, for the first time in the 30 year history of AIDS, women from around the world to speak to the successes, challenges, and key lessons learned. Five key priorities were identified through the consultations: 1: Inclusive and holistic prevention, treatment, care, and support for women in all of their diversity 2: Solidarity 3: Gender equality 4: Safety 5: Education, including sexuality education Documents To read a global summary of the consultation, read the global priorities.pdf Summary fact sheets regional priorities - as
27 Aug, 2013|Tags: gender inequality, human rights...
Key Messages on Positioning Gender Equality and HIV Post-2015
28 Nov, 2011|Tags: gcwa partner, gender inequality...
Global / harm reduction: Women who use drugs, harm reduction and HIV
The Global Coalition on Women and AIDS (GCWA), the International Network of Women who Use Drugs (INWUD), and the Women’s Harm Reduction International Network (WHRIN) are pleased to present a new issue brief regarding women who use drugs on HIV, harm reduction and sexual and reproductive health and rights.
24 Aug, 2011|
New Website Shows "What Works" for Women and Girls in HIV Prevention, Treatment, Care, and Support
What Works for Women and Girls: Evidence for HIV/AIDS Interventions, now available at www.whatworksforwomen.org, is a comprehensive review of successful HIV programming for women and girls spanning data from more than 2,000 scientific articles and reports in nearly 100 countries. Published by the Open Society Foundations’ Public Health Program, this valuable resource provides a centralized, searchable location for policymakers, donors, and program planners to review evidence of effective gender-specific programming. With scarce resources for HIV and AIDS programs—and a gro