HRI and PRI discuss challenges, practices and opportunities related to the inclusion and prioritisation of people who use drugs and people in prison in the design, planning, and rolling-out of COVID-19 vaccination programs.
Join the African Network of People who Use Drugs (AfricaNPUD), with speakers from UNAIDS and from the community, for the launch of a landmark report documenting this situation which can inform future drug laws and policies and enhance human rights advocacy among people who use drugs in Africa.
PRI has developed the 10-point plan as a tool to provide practitioners and policy makers guidance on building and strengthening services that are flexible, non-discriminatory and better able to respond to and adapt in the face of crises.
On 20 January 2022, PRI will hold an online event to launch the new 10-point plan, discuss key findings from the conducted research and hear about the experience of non-custodial sanctions during the ongoing pandemic from varied perspectives.
This PITCH paper highlights examples of positive shifts in policy, programme and service delivery as well as rights protections for people living with and at greatest risk of HIV, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
HRI present and analyses the findings of research conducted with and among people who use drugs, service providers, and community paralegals in Indonesia and the Philippines, exploring how COVID-19 measures impacted on their livelihood, security, health, and human rights.