AIDS 2022: Protectors or perpetrators? The impact of unlawful policing on HIV, human rights and justice

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Global health, human rights and justice: Showcasing good practices and lessons from the field from civil society actors

Human rights violations are a major threat to the global goal to end AIDS. This event marks the launch of a new Frontline AIDS report ‘Protectors or Perpetrators? The impact of unlawful policing on HIV, human rights and justice’. Drawing on data from REAct, our community-based human rights monitoring and response initiative, a panel of civil society organisations and policy experts assess the extent, nature and impact of human rights violations and share their recommendations for driving global action to end inequalities to end AIDS.


Tuesday, August 2


08:00 – 09:00 EDT / 14:00 – 15:00 SAST


Room 517d/Channel 2



Kate Thomson, Head: Community, Rights and Gender, Global Fund

Professor Michel D. Kazatchkine, Commissioner, Eastern and Central European and Central Asian Commission on Drug Policy

Tanya Deshko, Director, International Programs Alliance for Public Health, Ukraine

Liberty Matthyse, Executive Director, Gender Dynamix, South Africa

Oratile Moseki, Lead: Human Rights Advocacy, Frontline AIDS

Dinah Tshabangu, M&E Manager: Global Fund Human Rights Programme, AIDS Foundation of South Africa, South Africa