“UNAIDS has assisted us in understanding where our gaps are in our organizational policies and helping us to shape the direction in which we should go.”
A new report from the United Nations Secretary-General, Galvanizing global ambition to end the AIDS epidemic after a decade of progress, has been presented to United Nations Member States during the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly.
“If I want to see the change, I need to be the change,”
UNAIDS deeply regrets the decision of the High Court of Kenya to maintain key provisions of Sections 162 and 165 of the Kenyan Penal Code. Those provisions criminalize certain private sexual acts and lead to discrimination and violence against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Kenya.
UNAIDS warmly welcomes the appointment by the United Nations Secretary-General of Gunilla Carlsson as Executive Director, a.i., of UNAIDS.
As part of celebrations for the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia on 17 May, UNAIDS signed a memorandum of understanding with Pride House Tokyo.
UNAIDS has updated its Key Populations Atlas to include important and recent stories from the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer individuals around the world.
Discriminatory laws drive key populations out of reach of critical health and social services
UNAIDS extends its heartfelt thanks to the Executive Director of UNAIDS for his outstanding contribution to the global response to HIV
A major Global LGBTI Internet Survey has just been launched and aims to give a voice to the community around the world
“Our progress is encouraging, but we must also stay the course on prevention, especially with young people who see the medical progress being made... and therefore have the impression that we can be cured of AIDS”
UNAIDS and UNFPA, the United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency, are seriously concerned by new criminal law provisions that came into force yesterday, 3 April 2019, in Brunei Darussalam.