Over the past few years, digital technologies, big data and artificial intelligence (AI) have emerged as a significant force in the response to HIV.
In order to end discrimination and achieve broad acceptance for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people across South Asia, coordinated and strategic advocacy efforts to advance both social and legal reforms are needed, said participants at a global forum in Kathmandu this week.
On 1 March, Zero Discrimination Day, we celebrate the advocacy and activism that brings the world closer to zero discrimination and the actions and laws that help to ensure that people can live with dignity.
On Zero Discrimination Day this year, UNAIDS is highlighting the urgent need to take action against discriminatory laws.
So how do we place the intersectionality of identities and intersectionality of needs in this uncharted era of UHC?
“The HIV epidemic is a human rights epidemic. An epidemic of human rights loss, denial, derailment and in some instances abuse and violation.”
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Data as a means to create heightened awareness about violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity and the human rights implications of State activities related to gathering information on violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Raiza Farnataro lives in the bustling city of Barquisimeto, in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, about five hours away from Caracas
Russia must act urgently to protect the rights of people who are, or are perceived to be, lesbian, gay or bisexual in Chechnya, and investigate allegations of human rights abuses including two reported deaths, say UN rights experts*.
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland has announced that it will end the transmission of HIV in the country within 10 years—an announcement that was warmly welcomed by UNAIDS.
The Special Rapporteur on the human rights to water and sanitation, Léo Heller, will focus his 2019 Human Rights Council report on the human rights to water and sanitation in spheres of life beyond the households, in particular in public spaces.