Increasing stigma, discrimination and criminalisation of marginalised communities and people living with HIV means they are often unable to access health-related services and justice.
We support Frontline AIDS partners to respond to and generate evidence of barriers that marginalised people and communities experience to access health-related services and justice.
We do this through a system we developed called REAct, a human rights monitoring and response tool that records and manages information about violations and to refer people to health, legal and other public services. This data is also used to inform human rights-based HIV programming, policy, and advocacy at national, regional and global levels.
We support and enable communities to hold perpetrators, institutions, and governments to account by using the evidence gathered. We also work together with our partners and key external allies to resist anti-rights opposition and prevent rollback on HIV, SRHR, human rights and gender equality.