Tagged as: Human rights

Four reasons to end the silence on the war on drugs 26 Jun 2020

The war on drugs has wreaked havoc on millions of people across the world for half a century, but remains uncontested by all but a few. It has become ...

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Sex work: holding the knife on the sharpest edge 02 Jun 2020

Impossible choices - work and risk getting or passing on COVID-19, or starve. How the COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions have made life very difficul...

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Flowers of Tomorrow 02 Jun 2020

Flowers of Tomorrow advocates for the human rights of sex workers in South Africa and their access to HIV services, especially during the COVID-19 cri...

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Myanmar film contest empowers marginalised people to speak out 27 Feb 2020

A new film contest launched in Myanmar last year, supported by Frontline AIDS, calling for films from sex workers, people who use drugs and those livi...

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“It’s called ‘human’ rights, not ‘straight’ rights” 30 Jan 2020

Kaluso, a transgender woman from Malawi, speaks out about the need for zero discrimination when it comes to the rights of sexual minorities....

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Do you know what it’s like to lose a part of yourself? Farah, Egypt 29 Nov 2019

“I always dreamed of having a girl,” says Farah, 39....

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Breaking Barriers, Advancing Rights 19 Jul 2019

Human rights-related barriers, such as punitive laws and gender inequality, continue to be a key driver of the epidemic. Yet not a single country has ...

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Lois Chingandu joins as new Director 01 Jul 2019

Frontline AIDS is delighted to welcome leading Zimbabwean HIV specialist Lois Chingandu as the organisation’s new Director of Evidence and Influence...

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