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How communities have helped transform the global HIV response

As World AIDS Day approaches, let’s pause for a second to pay tribute to the tremendous efforts around the globe which have resulted in more than eight million people having access to lifesaving HIV treatment today. According to UNAIDS’ Global … Continue reading  >

Alliance applauds release of the U.S. AIDS-Free Generation Blueprint

As one of the civil society organizations which originally called for what we then referred to as an AIDS-Free Generation Strategic Plan, the Alliance congratulates Secretary of State Clinton, Global AIDS Coordinator Eric Goosby, and the U.S. Government for quickly … Continue reading  >

EU adopts new strategy to support civil society

A look at what a new EU strategy to strengthen support to civil society means for their partners countries. Continue reading  >

Making it work: strengthening rights-based responses to HIV

Since 2011 the Alliance has been working with UNAIDS to strengthen human rights-based responses to HIV at a national level. Continue reading  >

The Power of We: Getting commitment to human rights and HIV in the Commonwealth

We often hear that HIV activism is dead. But a recent example where the International HIV/AIDS Alliance joined forces with other campaigning organisations and partners across the world demonstrated just what the Power of We can achieve in the fight to keep human rights at the top of national and international agendas. Continue reading  >

From Dusk to Dawn and back to Dusk – 24 Hours of Football – Together We’re Changing Lives

Thousands of words have been written to describe the power of football to reach a greater audience. Now eight men from Indonesia are about to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience to change their lives by taking part in the Homeless World Cup in Mexico City which kicks off this Saturday 6 October.
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Every Woman, Every Child dinner hosted by Ban Ki-Moon

On September 25 at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York City, I had the pleasure of attending the Every Woman Every Child dinner hosted by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. Read more about the event in this blog. Continue reading  >

Report from MDG Countdown 2012 event

On September 26 in New York City, I had the pleasure of attending a Millennium Development Goal (MDG) Countdown 2012 event co-hosted by new U.K. Secretary of State for International Development Justine Greening and USAID Administrator Raj Shah. The event … Continue reading  >

Where next for the Investment Framework?

If the Investment Framework (IF) is to truly make an impact on the epidemic it needs buy-in of key stakeholders and clear ownership and coordination. Continue reading  >

Not just a crisis in Brazil

It is less than two weeks since the 6th Latin American and Caribbean Forum on HIV/AIDS and STIs, organised by the Horizontal Technical Cooperation Group (GCTH, for its acronym in Spanish) in São Paulo, Brazil came to an end. This … Continue reading  >