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To anticipate where the MSM, HIV, and human rights movements might be in another 25 years, the Global Forum on MSM & HIV (MSMGF) carried out a foresight scenario planning process with several dozen of its stakeholders and partners. MSMGF began with a simple but fundamental question: “What will the global MSM and HIV movements look like in 25 years?” The scenario planning process and its outcomes are documented in MSMGF’s latest publication.
This report draws on multiple sources that document the many ways in which communities are advancing the response to AIDS, and the evidence for the effectiveness of these responses. Core areas of community-based activities include advocacy, service provision, community based research and financing are illustrated by innovative examples of community-based actions.
Un grupo de trabajo internacional ha llenado un vacío de programación mundial con el lanzamiento de una herramienta de toma de decisiones ética probado y validado para su uso en las organizaciones basadas en la comunidad del VIH. La herramienta, llamada ' decisiones difíciles ', es el resultado de un riguroso proceso de tres años, y está diseñado para un empleado o compañero trabajador de apoyo para utilizar cuando se enfrentan a un dilema ético.
Un groupe de travail international a comblé une lacune de programmation globale avec la sortie d'un outil de prise de décision éthique testé et validé pour utilisation dans les organisations communautaires liés au VIH. L'outil, appelé 'décisions difficiles,' est le résultat d' un processus rigoureux de trois ans, et est conçu pour un travailleur de soutien employé ou pairs à utiliser lorsqu'ils sont confrontés à un dilemme éthique.
An international working group has filled a global programming gap with the release of a tested and validated ethical decision-making tool for use in community-based HIV organizations. The tool, called ‘Difficult Decisions’, is the result of a rigorous three-year process, and is designed for an employee or peer support worker to use when faced with an ethical dilemma.
Le Forum mondial sur les HSH et le VIH (MSMGF) est fière de lancer Kumã-Parlons En[*], une adaptation francophone de la boîte à outils Speaking Out. Développée à l’origine en 2010 par le MSMGF et l’organisation marocaine ALCS, cette boîte à outils est conçue pour être utilisée par toutes les organisations de la région Afrique de l’Ouest francophone qui militent pour le droit à la santé des HSH.
This version of the Gender & Sexual Diversity Training curriculum was developed specifically for PEPFAR staff and their country-level implementing partners to help country programs understand and address the needs of gender and sexual minority communities in the context of HIV programming, U.S. workplace policy on non-discrimination, and through a human rights lens.
A slide deck that accompanies this resource.
This slide deck to the Gender & Sexual Diversity Training curriculum was developed specifically for PEPFAR staff and their country-level implementing partners to help country programs understand and address the needs of gender and sexual minority communities in the context of HIV programming, U.S. workplace policy on non-discrimination, and through a human rights lens. The guide was developed by the USAID- and PEPFAR-funded Health Policy Project, in coordination with a U.S. Government inter-agency team made up of members of the PEPFAR Key Populations Working Group and the PEPFAR Gender Technical Working Group.
The report details strategies used and outcomes achieved by five constituency-led global network organizations focused on key populations, providing numerous case study examples illustrating the concrete impact of advocacy at the global level.
This alert provides information and practical guidance for civil society organizations and key population networks on the updated country coordinating mechanism (CCM) Eligibility Requirements which came into effect January 1, 2015. The alert is also available in French, Russian, and Spanish.
Designed for peer educators/navigators and community activists, this fact sheet offers current information regarding acute HIV infection among gay men, other MSM, and trans individuals. It is available in English, French, and Spanish.
Designed for peer educators/navigators and community activists, this fact sheet offers current information regarding the trend towards "country ownership" of development assistance, a strategy that may proove challenging for organizations led by and serging gay men, other MSM and trans individuals. The fact sheet is also available in French and Spanish.
Designed for peer educators/navigators and community activists, this fact sheet offers current information regarding community-led patient navigation services for gay men, other MSM and trans individuals. The fact sheet is also available in French and Spanish.
This technical brief, one of four in a series addressing young key populations, is intended for policy-makers, donors, service-planners, service-providers and community-led organizations. The brief aims to catalyse and inform discussions about how best to provide health services, programmes and support for young MSM.
A comprehensive report on the AIDS response over the last 15 years. It includes lessons learned, challenges and gaps that remain, and actions for the future. The majority of information on gay men and other men who have sex with men and transgender people can be found in the "Key Populations" chapter, beginning on page 342.