This report documents the experiences of people confined to 14 detention centers under the authority of the Ho Chi Minh City government. Refusing to work, or violating center rules, results in punishment that in some cases is torture.
El informe presenta los progresos realizados hasta fines de 2010 en la mejora del acceso a las intervenciones en salud para la prevención, el tratamiento y la atención del VIH en países de ingresos bajos y medios.
To mark World AIDS Day, Youth RISE has released a short animation video that highlights the vulnerability of young people who use drugs to HIV and solutions for mitigating the spread of HIV among these youth.
The project's goal was to implement the effective harm reduction services for female injecting drug users and improve the quality of female IDUs’ lives, as measured by their own reports. The International HIV/AIDS Alliance adopted an approach that recognized gender roles and gendered socialization…
This brief seeks to bring attention to policies, laws and practices that undermine the rights of women who use drugs, and to promote the realisation of their human rights in terms of an effective harm reduction response to HIV.
To reach targets and bring the end of AIDS in sight we must step on the accelerator. Joining with partners, UNAIDS has mapped a new framework for AIDS investments, focused on high-impact, high-value strategies.
The film crew of the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union attended the first meeting of the European Harm Reduction Network (EuroHRN) in Marseille, France. They interviewed professionals and activists from several countries to give you an overview of the current state of harm reduction in Europe.
The fall of the Soviet Union led to a surge in injecting drug use and skyrocketing rates of HIV spread through shared injecting equipment. A documentary film directed by Anya Meksin and Leeza Meksin and produced by Sophie Pinkham, Balka details the lives of women struggling with drug use and HIV…
This TNI briefing paper sheds light on the methamphetamine market in Southeast Asia and China, including patterns of supply and use. It highlights the urgent need for donors and governments to introduce effective harm reduction measures aimed at ATS users.