HIV

How Police Can Arrest the Spread of HIV - New Report by Open Society Foundations

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Across the globe, HIV rates are climbing among sex workers and people who use drugs. One of the main reasons is that they are criminalised. Too often sex workers and drug users are forced to choose between protecting their health and staying safe from police harassment or arrest.

NSWP Publishes Global Consultation on PrEP and Early Treatment as Prevention Strategy: Experiences and Perspectives from the Sex Worker Community

NSWP launched the Global Consultation on PrEP and Early Treatment as Prevention Strategies at the 20th International AIDS Conference currently underway in Melbourne, Australia.

HIV and AIDS have affected different population groups in different magnitudes since their emergence.  Sex workers, in particular female sex workers, have one of the highest HIV prevalence rates globally.

Leader of the Russian Sex workers' Movement "Silver Rose" elected as Chair of HIV/AIDS Coordinating Committee in Russia

Leader of the Russian Sex workers' Movement "Silver Rose" has been elected the Chair of the Coordinating Committee on HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control in Russian Federation

NSWP Statement on MH17 Tragedy

It was with great sadness that we learnt of Malaysian Airlines flight 17 brought down en route to Kuala Lumpur from Amsterdam. The realisation that a number of our friends, colleagues, fellow HIV activists and advocates were on board has been a tremendous shock to all of us here at NSWP.

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Global Fund NFM: Civil Society and Key Population Networks urge Colleagues from Civil Society, Key Populations, Gender and Human Rights Work for ‘Full Expression of Demand’

The Global Fund is rolling out a new approach to funding programs. The goal is to ensure efforts to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria have the greatest possible impact. This updated approach is known as the “new funding model” (NFM). You can get more background information about the NFM here.

Understanding the New Funding Model

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The Global Fund is rolling out a new approach to funding programs. The goal is to ensure efforts to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria have the greatest possible impact. This updated approach is known as the “new funding model.” You can get more background information about the new funding model here.

NSWP Global Briefing Papers Published: Impact of Non-Rights Based HIV Programming and Sex Workers’ Access to HIV Treatment around the World

The NSWP has published two new global briefing papers looking at the impact of non-rights based HIV programming and sex workers’ access to HIV treatment around the world.

GCWA Statement of support on the International Day for Sex Workers

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NSWP Launches Global and Regional Reports Documenting Good Practice in Sex Worker-Led HIV Programming

The Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP), implemented a global project to identify and document best practices undertaken by sex workers in carrying out programmes related to sex work and HIV; to identify and document issues of sex workers and their access to HIV‑related treatment and the impact of free trade on this access; and to identify and document the impact of programmes relating to HIV directed at sex workers which fail to include a human rights‑based approach.