The Second Durban Declaration: Access Equity Rights - Now!

via International AIDS Society (IAS)

There has been remarkable progress in our response to AIDS since the global HIV community last convened in Durban in 2000. Curbing the spread of HIV was the first step . Accelerating investment and action on a robust human rights and social justice agenda is the next. 

Despite significant scientific advancements, we continue to encounter structural barriers that impede real world progress. Realizing...

STUDY: Are you a woman living with HIV/AIDS with a history of drug or alcohol use?

Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL

Research Description & Purpose

Researchers at Rush University Medical Center are conducting a study on attention and memory among women who are living with HIV/AIDS and have used alcohol or drugs. 

Would the study be a good fit for me?

This study may be a good fit for you if you meet the following criteria:

  • Are a woman age 18 to 60
  • Have ever
  • ...

Break barriers to adolescent girls’ education around the world

Education has helped all of us to become who we are today. In school we learn how to speak up, how to overcome hardships, and how to pursue our boldest dreams. Receiving an education empowers young people to change the world.

Unfortunately, more than 62 million girls around the globe are currently denied the right to an education and the...

U.S. Survey on Willingness to Participate in HIV Cure-Related Research: Your Opinion Matters!

via The University of North Carolina

There has been an increase in HIV cure-related research in the recent years. We would like to find out how people living with HIV (or potential HIV cure research volunteers) perceive HIV cure research, including their willingness to participate in HIV cure studies. We would also like to find out what would help implement HIV cure studies. Your answers to these questions will be...

Open now! Groundbreaking survey to assess needs and realities of transgender people living with HIV/AIDS

via Transgender Law Center

Oakland, CA – Today, Transgender Law Center launched the Positively Trans (T+) survey, a first-of-its-kind community-led needs assessment to examine the legal and policy landscape as experienced by transgender women, men, and gender non-conforming people living with HIV/AIDS across the country. The survey is open for responses in English and in Spanish.

"As transgender people living with HIV/AIDS,...

CALL FOR ACTION: Statement of Support for Amnesty International and online petition

via The Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP)

NSWP has mobilised in support of Amnesty International following the recent backlash against Amnesty International’s Resolution and draft policy calling for the decriminalisation of sex work, which is tabled for adoption at their International Council Meeting, 6-11th August 2015.

The Amnesty International resolution ‘REQUESTS the International Board adopt a policy that seeks attainment of the highest possible protection of...

All Trials Registered | All Results Reported

It's time all clinical trial results are reported.

Patients, researchers, pharmacists, doctors and regulators everywhere will benefit from publication of clinical trial results. Wherever you are in the world please sign the petition:

Thousands of clinical trials have not reported their results; some have not even been registered.

Information on what was done and...

Create the Future of Female Condoms

via National Female Condom Coalition

Join the NFCC in urging the FDA to update female condom regulations and make new options possible.

While a variety of female condoms are safe, effective, and available in a number of countries, people in the U.S. have just one option. This lack of variety is due in large part to an outdated FDA classification of the female condom.

...

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The Second Durban Declaration: Access Equity Rights - Now!

via International AIDS Society (IAS)

There has been remarkable progress in our response to AIDS since the global HIV community last convened in Durban in 2000. Curbing the spread of HIV was the first step . Accelerating investment and action on a robust human rights and social justice agenda is the next. 

Despite significant scientific advancements, we continue to encounter structural barriers that impede real world progress. Realizing...

STUDY: Are you a woman living with HIV/AIDS with a history of drug or alcohol use?

Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL

Research Description & Purpose

Researchers at Rush University Medical Center are conducting a study on attention and memory among women who are living with HIV/AIDS and have used alcohol or drugs. 

Would the study be a good fit for me?

This study may be a good fit for you if you meet the following criteria:

  • Are a woman age 18 to 60
  • Have ever
  • ...

Break barriers to adolescent girls’ education around the world

Education has helped all of us to become who we are today. In school we learn how to speak up, how to overcome hardships, and how to pursue our boldest dreams. Receiving an education empowers young people to change the world.

Unfortunately, more than 62 million girls around the globe are currently denied the right to an education and the...

U.S. Survey on Willingness to Participate in HIV Cure-Related Research: Your Opinion Matters!

via The University of North Carolina

There has been an increase in HIV cure-related research in the recent years. We would like to find out how people living with HIV (or potential HIV cure research volunteers) perceive HIV cure research, including their willingness to participate in HIV cure studies. We would also like to find out what would help implement HIV cure studies. Your answers to these questions will be...

Open now! Groundbreaking survey to assess needs and realities of transgender people living with HIV/AIDS

via Transgender Law Center

Oakland, CA – Today, Transgender Law Center launched the Positively Trans (T+) survey, a first-of-its-kind community-led needs assessment to examine the legal and policy landscape as experienced by transgender women, men, and gender non-conforming people living with HIV/AIDS across the country. The survey is open for responses in English and in Spanish.

"As transgender people living with HIV/AIDS,...

CALL FOR ACTION: Statement of Support for Amnesty International and online petition

via The Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP)

NSWP has mobilised in support of Amnesty International following the recent backlash against Amnesty International’s Resolution and draft policy calling for the decriminalisation of sex work, which is tabled for adoption at their International Council Meeting, 6-11th August 2015.

The Amnesty International resolution ‘REQUESTS the International Board adopt a policy that seeks attainment of the highest possible protection of...

All Trials Registered | All Results Reported

It's time all clinical trial results are reported.

Patients, researchers, pharmacists, doctors and regulators everywhere will benefit from publication of clinical trial results. Wherever you are in the world please sign the petition:

Thousands of clinical trials have not reported their results; some have not even been registered.

Information on what was done and...

Create the Future of Female Condoms

via National Female Condom Coalition

Join the NFCC in urging the FDA to update female condom regulations and make new options possible.

While a variety of female condoms are safe, effective, and available in a number of countries, people in the U.S. have just one option. This lack of variety is due in large part to an outdated FDA classification of the female condom.

...

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