Sophia Forum Newsletter
Sophia Forum newsletter: February 2016 | LGBT History Month February is LGBT history month, and so an important time to reflect on how HIV impacts on lesbian, bisexual and trans women. In this edition of the Sophia Forum newsletter, we share articles exploring how HIV affects LBT women, and how their needs, priorities and experiences are invisibilised and even ignored. In the first piece, Sophia Forum trustees Felicity Daly and Sophie Strachan present the evidence on lesbian and bisexual women's vulnerability to HIV acquisition and how this is largely missing from the research base.
UNAIDS Science now
HIV this month. Issue no.1. January 2016
Euro Scientist - Special Issue on Gender Balance
In this Special Issue on Gender Balance, we have asked the views of Nobel Laureates, who have an interesting perspective on women in science. You will also discover a wealth of opinions describing what remains to be done to start resolving gender issues.
UNAIDS Science December 2015
HIV this month. Issue no.12. December 2015
REPORT ON THE WOMEN NETWORKING ZONE, 18TH ICASA
You will find in this report the various activities that took place in the Women Networking Zone during the 18th ICASA Conference that took place from 29 November to 4 December 2015 in Harare, Zimbabwe.
PAPWC Forum Issue No 5
In this January 2016 Dandaro/Forum issue from the Pan African Positive Women's Coalition you will find an overview of the epidemic in Rwanda and the SRHR issues faced by women living with HIV. You will also read a testimony from a Tunisian woman living with HIV who describes the discrimination against people living with HIV in Northern Africa.
Justification of PrEP use as protection from rape
This paper presents qualitative research which explored the broader context of gender-based violence surrounding PrEP use.
AIDSFree Prevention Update
This is the December 2015 edition of the AIDSFree Prevention Update, an initiative of the Strengthening High Impact Interventions for an AIDS-free Generation (AIDSFree) Project. The AIDSFree Prevention Update is a monthly snapshot of current peer-reviewed literature and state-of-the-art program resources, tools, and curricula on HIV prevention.
UNAIDS Fast-Tracking the Response among Sex Workers
This presentation gives the evidence, the rationale why it is key to fast-track the HIV Response among Sex Workers and the targets to be met by 2020.
Focus on Location and Population: Sex Workers
This report presents selected case studies and maps to fast track the HIV response among sex workers.
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