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Some of the organisations profiled in this NSWP global report on sex worker-led HIV programming have made significant headway in making local health care and social service providers, along with law enforcement officers, aware of the sometimes complex issues affecting sex workers, resulting in more effective and welcoming services. Despite these successes, the organisations themselves often operate on a shoestring budget and in an unfavourable political climate which sees widespread stigma and hostility towards sex workers and other marginalised groups.
The role of this report is to highlight the contribution of four sex worker-led organisations in developing and advancing such an evidence-based and comprehensive response to HIV: Tais Plus from Kyrgyzstan, STARSTAR from Macedonia, Rose Alliance from Sweden, and Silver Rose from the Russian Federation.
This guide was produced by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance and the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP +) . It is part of a series of good practice guides produced by the Alliance.
This field-tested Good Practice Guide features Internaitonal AIDS Alliance programming principles and standards relevant to all HIV programming and specific technical area of HIV and human rights. It contains information, strategies, and resources to help programmers meet those standards, and can be used at any time in the program cycle to assess good practice and to help develop proposals and monitoring and evaluation frameworks.
The ARASA HIV and Human Rights in Southern and East African, 2014 Report was officially launched by Hon. Michael Kirby at the Human Rights Networking zone during the 2014 International Aids Conference in Melbourne, Australia. The report examines the legal and regulatory framework for responding to HIV and AIDS in countries in Southern and East Africa in order to determine whether:
The Global Fund Strategy, Investing for Impact 2012-2016, has five objectives. One of these commits to protecting and promoting human rights by:
A summary presentation of the Global Fund's new funding model for applicants. The core principles for the strategy include:
The Global Fund Strategy, Investing for Impact 2012-2016, commits to protecting and promoting human rights by:
- Integrating human rights considerations throughout the grant cycle,
- Ensuring the Global Fund does not support programs that infringe human rights, and
- Increasing investment in programs that address human rights barriers to accessing health services
This technical brief is designed for people who are planning to respond to the needs of transgender people for the very first time. The audience may include transgender community members; staff of donor agencies; health workers; academics including researchers and staff of training schools for doctors, nurses, counsellors and other health workers; carers; policy-makers; nongovernmental organization (NGO) and communitybased organization activists; lawyers; school teachers and administrators; and staff of police, military, immigration and other authorities.
La stratégie 2012-2016 du Fonds mondial de lutte contre le sida, la tuberculose et le paludisme, «Investir pour maximiser l’impact», poursuit cinq objectifs dont celui de protéger et de promouvoir les droits de l’homme : 1. en intégrant la question des droits de l’homme tout au long du cycle de la subvention ; 2. en investissant davantage dans des programmes qui s’attaquent aux obstacles à l’accès liés aux droits de l’homme ; 3. en veillant à ce que le Fonds mondial ne subventionne pas des programmes qui enfreignent les droits de l’homme.
Cette note fournit des conseils et des exemples pratiques pour élaborer des programmes relatifs aux droits de l’homme qui, s’ils sont incorporés aux notes conceptuelles, contribueront sensiblement à améliorer les résultats en matière de santé et l’accès aux services de santé.
Published in 2011 by the United Nations Development Programme, Lost in Transition: Transgender People, Rights and HIV Vulnerability in the Asia-Pacific Region aims to provide a research and strategic information framework.
This guide, produced in 2008 by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Policy Institute, offers practical ideas for how LGBT organizations can apply practical steps to provide a more welcoming environment for transgender people. It addresses challenges and opportunities that present themselves and is specifically intended for LGBT groups and organizations that want to be more inclusive of the transgender community.
Community-based organization (CBO) formation and strengthening is a long process but necessary for the development of strong CBO partners for the targeted intervention programme. Pehchan provides a range of technical support and capacity building, including training packages to build necessary competencies in CBO staff. The Pehchan training curriculum was developed in 2013 to ensure that each member of the CBO staff understands technical issues and is able to address organisational and management challenges.