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Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2012

"The concept note prepared by the Secretariat for the UN General Assembly session on drugs and development emphasizes the importance of drug-related crime and corruption as impediments to...

Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2012

This report is focused on the implementation of recommendations given to the Government of the Russian Federation by the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR) regarding access...

Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2012

This submission focusses on various aspects of Canada’s obligation to realize progressively the right to the highest attainable standard of health under the International Covenant on Economic,...

Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2013

Authors: Canadian AIDS Society (Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network as signatory)

Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2013

As of January 1, 2012 there were 21,524 people living with HIV officially registered in Uzbekistan; 44.6% of them are identified as people who inject drugs. Injecting drug use is the main risk...

Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2013

A comment on the Toronto Board of Health’s study of supervised injection services, drawing the Board’s attention to certain elements which are particularly relevant from the perspective of public...

Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2013

Russia is home to the fastest-growing HIV epidemic in the world, chiefly driven by injection drug use. However, to the puzzlement of the impacted populations, public health activists and...

Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2014

"The Canadian Drug Policy Coalition and the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network are participating in the civil society processes preparing for the upcoming 57th Session of the UN Commission on...

Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2014

"On behalf of advocates for universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA), we write to express our concerns about the Fourth Conference...

Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2011

The objective of this paper is to examine the human rights content and impact of the Global Fund’s work in three areas — grant-making processes, grants, and advocacy, especially to see how this...

Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2011

HRC Resolution 16/3, “Promoting human rights and fundamental freedoms through a better understanding of traditional values of humankind” stresses that “traditions shall not be invoked to justify...

Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2011

WLSA–Malawi is challenging Malawi’s approach to marital property law before the Constitutional Court of Malawi because it discriminates against women. They are fighting for an approach to marital...

Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2012

This is one in a series of four info sheets on the human rights of women living with or vulnerable to HIV in Canada.

Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2012

This is one in a series of four info sheets on the human rights of women living with or vulnerable to HIV in Canada.

Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Publication date: 2017

This is one in a series of four info sheets on the human rights of women living with or vulnerable to HIV in Canada.

Organization: AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)
Publication date: 2013

My Sex Life is written primarily by and for young people living with HIV (poz young people) who represent a range of sexualities and gender identities. HIV is stigmatized and this can...

Organization: AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)
Publication date: 2012

Stigma, mental health and HIV across the lifespan constitute ACT’s health promotion priorities for the agency’s Strategic Plan...

Organization: AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)
Publication date: 2010

Since 2002, Toronto has seen a dramatic increase in documented syphilis cases. Ninety-five percent of syphilis infections are among men, with gay and bisexual men comprising 83% of infections...

Organization: AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)
Publication date: 2012

This resource was developed by ACT in partnership with the Ontario Gay Men's Sexual Health Alliance.

Organization: AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)
Publication date: 2012

This pocket guide is a fresh look at sexual health for queer women. Developed, designed and written by women, Women Lovin' is a bit cheeky and playful, with solid information on sexual...

Organization: AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)
Publication date: 2010

ACT's process for the 2010-2015 strategic plan builds on the achievements of our previous plan, Cornerstones for Collaboration, and includes an extensive community engagement process with internal...

Organization: AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)
Publication date: 2013

This report presents results from iSpeak, which was a research study implemented in 2011 to understand the HIV-related needs, challenges and priorities of heterosexual Black men (i.e., African,...

Organization: AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)
Publication date: 2013

For this issue of ACT News, the first of two newsletters that commemorate ACT's 30-year history, we interviewed former volunteers, staff, and community members who shared the challenges and...

Organization: AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)
Publication date: 2013

For this issue of ACT News, the second newsletter to commemorate ACT's 30-year history, we highlight HIV-related treatment advances and the impact on those living with HIV, the development of...

Organization: AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)
Publication date: 2014

This report presents the results of Living with HIV over the Long Term, a qualitative study led by community-based researchers at the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT) and Casey House....

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