Video and Written Reports for 'Beyond Blame: Challenging HIV Criminalization' at AIDS 2016 Now Available
A full-day pre-conference meeting preceding the 21st International AIDS Conference discussed progress on the global effort to combat the unjust use of criminal laws against people living with HIV.
"Reflecting on my journey, AIDS 2016 in South Africa would not have happened for me, in my mind, without processing the entire experience," Waheedah Shabazz-El writes.
Sharing opinions and interacting with others while keeping engaged is an ongoing job in this digital world. Presenters at AIDS 2016 offered advice to aspiring digital HIV activists.
Undoubtedly, an HIV cure would change the world, but we’re still a long way from eradicating the virus. But while we wait, we asked some HIV experts and community members what an HIV cure would mean for them, whether in their work or everyday life.
First, we stroll the eye-popping, illuminating, thought-provoking Global Village at the 2016 International AIDS Conference. Then, we take our pants off.
At the International AIDS Conference, the HIV Justice Network and GNP+ presented highlights relating to global advocacy against HIV criminalization based on updated research from their _Advancing HIV Justice 2_ report.
Watch more than 100 people with HIV, sex workers and other criminalized people take to the stage at the International AIDS Conference opening ceremony to demand an end to HIV criminalization.
Mark S. King brings us inside a massive protest through the streets of Durban, South Africa, and introduces us to activists who demand that HIV treatment is made available to people who need it, most particularly in Africa.
Some 200 people living with HIV, human rights activists and representatives of key populations gathered for a one-day meeting at the International AIDS Conference on challenging HIV criminalization under the title "Beyond blame: challenging HIV crimi...
AVAC's annual advocacy analysis is a a clear, succinct and actionable statement of the strengths and weakness of HIV prevention data today.