Category Archives: Civil society

Hundreds sign letter to call on China to free Changsha 3

Over 200 individuals and organizations from Africa, Asia, Latin America, Caribbean, E Europe & C Asia called on China to release 3 legal activists. Continue reading

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End HIV discrimination: Free the Changsha Three

Chinese HIV anti-discrimination activists charged with state subversion. Continue reading

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The Global Fund, Governance and Public Health

Recording of the June 2019 webinar Continue reading

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Democratizing Data conference

Conference at NYU School of Law, April 17-18, 2019 open to the public. Continue reading

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Six tips for officials on working with civil society

Capacity-building for government officials. Continue reading

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Health, rights and drugs

UNAIDS report calls for decriminalization, harm reduction, and an end to the failed drug war Continue reading

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Data, priorities and global health

An update on The Uncounted: Politics of Data in Global Health Continue reading

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AIDS 2018: Award to Allan Maleche, a “tireless crusader”

The second of a series of four articles for Health and Human Rights on the 2018 International AIDS Conference.  * July 23, 2018 AIDS 2018 is honoring human rights advocates and acknowledging their work is becoming ever more challenging in many … Continue reading

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“Everyone Said No”: Key Populations and Biometrics in Kenya

Hands off our fingerprints! A case study of key populations’ advocacy for privacy rights in Kenya. Continue reading

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Impact of closing civic space on HIV in East Africa

Closing civic space is slowing the HIV response in East Africa Continue reading

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