C-EHRN outlines the importance of cooperation between
civil society organisations and state agencies, accompanied by adequate funding and a clear mandate for service providers in the face of a challenging and constantly changing harm reduction landscape.
WHRIN and ICW call for decriminalisation and the promotion of women's voices in decision-making forums, among many other recommendations, to address the challenges faced by women who live with HIV and use drugs.
É de Lei documents the escalation of police violence during and after the COVID-19 lockdown period, as well as the strategies of harm reduction and community mobilisation to resist and fight for the rights of the people in the area.
The International AIDs Society has published a guide on applications for funding for community-led monitoring programmes, which aim to improve integrated person-centred approaches in health and social care.
INPUD offers a resource to develop recommendations for law and policy reform to remove barriers to access to essential HIV services for people who use drugs as well as to harm reduction and related health services.