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Key Populations in the Global Fund's Funding Model

The Review of the Engagement of Key Populations in the Funding Model global report is a research amongst key populations in eleven countries. It is a publication of the Communities Delegation of the Board of the Global Fund. It identifies six areas of concern regarding the Funding Model of The Global Fund and gives recommendations on how to improve community engagement. The global report is accompanied by a 3-page position paper summarising its conclusions. The areas of concern are: communication and transparency, representation and accountability, influence, safety and confidentiality, resources and strengthening of systems and capacities, culture, respect and authenticity. Recommendations include:

ICASO New Funding Model Roll Out

This is a resource book for Global Fund applicants and action steps for civil society. It provides information and practical guidance for civil society organizations and key population networks on the roll out of the Global Fund’s New Funding Model.

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Implications of the U.S. Supreme Court Ruling on the Anti-Prostitution Loyalty Oath

On June 20, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 6-2 decision in Agency for International Development v. Alliance for Open Society International, Inc. that the Policy Requirement of the Anti-Prostitution Loyalty Oath, from the U.S. Leadership Act of 2003, violates the First Amendment, and is therefore unconstitutional.
 
A partial victory for the sex worker movement, it unfortunately makes no stated distinction between sex work and human trafficking, and it is not a defence of sex worker rights. However, this ruling may decrease stigma around sex work, by allowing organisations in the United States that receive PEPFAR funding to publically adopt a neutral stance towards sex work, and focus on implementing best practices for public health aims. 

NSWP Update on USAID v AOSI Case on Anti-Prostitution Pledge

On April 22nd 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court will listen to evidence surrounding the case named USAID v AOSI (Alliance for Open Society International). The case relates to the constitutional status of the anti-prostitution pledge that must be signed by all USAID funding recipients. This pledge is a provision within the United States Leadership Against HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Act of 2003 (known as the Leadership Act), which forces sub-grantees to explicitly oppose prostitution in order to qualify for U.S. Government funding to fight HIV and AIDS. The results of this case will have dramatic consequences for NGOs, faith-based groups, civil society, and importantly for NSWP’s members, for sex workers globally.

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ПЕПФАР и секс-работа

PEPFAR сделала антиретровирусное лечение (АРТ) доступным для многих людей, включая работников секс-бизнеса. Однако контракты финансирования PEPFAR с организациями указывают, что определенная сумма этих денег будет потрачена на программирование на воздержание. Контракты включают положение о том, что организация, принимающая финансирование, выступает против проституции. Это называется «обещание против проституции» или «присяга лояльности против проституции».

ПЕПФАР и секс-работа: резюме

PEPFAR сделала антиретровирусное лечение (АРТ) доступным для многих людей, включая работников секс-бизнеса. Однако контракты финансирования PEPFAR с организациями указывают, что определенная сумма этих денег будет потрачена на программирование на воздержание. Контракты включают положение о том, что организация, принимающая финансирование, выступает против проституции. Это называется «обещание против проституции» или «присяга лояльности против проституции». Неизвестный объект
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