Category Archives: U.S. Policy and Funding

With Amnesty International set to vote on sex work decriminalization stance, African, Asian groups, UNAIDS voice support

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“Buying and sellng sex has been illegal for over 60 years in most of our countries but has not led to any reduction of sex work or an ‘end to prostitution’ . . . more importantly it has not led to better lives for sex workers or for our families. Criminalization has not led to […]

Leaders, advocates, researchers, clinicians call for universal immediate HIV treatment access

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A commentary published online today in The Lancet co-authored by leaders of global funding agencies and organizations as well as leading researchers, clinicians, and civil society workers responding to HIV globally calls for immediate access to antiretroviral treatment for all people infected with HIV, without rationing based on geographic location or advanced state of illness. […]