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AIDS Action Europe brings together civil society to work towards a more effective response to the HIV epidemic in Europe and Central Asia.

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Support. Don't Punish. Global Day of Action 2022

This year, on June 26, the Global Day of Action of Support Don’t Punish Campaign marks its 10 year anniversary. The Campaign marks 10 years of resource mobilisation on the way of tackling the inhuman“war on drugs” and 10 years of progress towards human rights, health, science, and harm reduction based drug policies. As AIDS Action Europe, we join the “Support Don’t Punish” Campaign and recognize the indispensable role of decriminalisation and harm reduction in achieving human rights based equal societies, protecting key populations and marginalised groups, as well as ending the AIDS pandemic…
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European HIV Legal Forum: Website Launch

We are happy to finally present to you the website of the European HIV Legal Forum (EHLF), the project of AIDS Action Europe!  EHLF is focused on benchmarking the legal situation in countries of the WHO European Region with regard to various topics concerning people living with HIV and other key populations. The pilot project was released in 2012, and to this day EHLF covers the following topics: Accessing HIV prevention, testing, treatment care, and support as a migrant with irregular status in Europe; Access to HIV-, viral hepatitis-, and TB services for people in prison and other…
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AAE is looking for a Programme Assistant

AIDS Action Europe is looking for a Programme Assistant to join our team earliest from 1 August. The position opens an opportunity to work in the biggest HIV/Aids related network which brings together experience of 400 civil society actors from Europe and Central Asia.   Your tasks include Supporting of the overall AIDS Action Europe Programme implementation, including administrative support of the work of Executive Coordinator and Project manager (setting up doodles and zoom calls, organising contracts and public bids, taking minutes of the calls, following up on communication with…

Events

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EU HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and Tuberculosis Civil Society Forum. June 2022

The EU HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis Civil Society Forum met on June 15th.  Here is the report from the meeting. Meeting report
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EU HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and Tuberculosis Civil Society Forum. 1 June 2022

The EU HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis Civil Society Forum met on June 1 to discuss the coordination of regional NGOs' response to the situation in Ukraine.  Here is the report from the meeting.  Meeting report 
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EU HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and Tuberculosis Civil Society Forum. 20 April 2022

The EU HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis Civil Society Forum met on April 20 to discuss the coordination of regional NGOs' response to the situation in Ukraine.  Here is the report from the meeting.  Meeting report 

Publications

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100 Days of War. Alliance for Public Health: Response to War Challenges

With this document Alliance for Public Health presents presents the health challenges in Ukraine, since the start of the war by Russia, including the impact on HIV and TB programs. However, the document also includes the modified health response by the Alliance for Public Health in the face of these challenges.

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Testing for tuberculosis infection and screening for tuberculosis disease among refugees arriving in European countries from Ukraine

This document provides an overview of public health guidance on testing for TB infection, TB preventive treatment and screening for TB disease, in the context of the mass influx of people arriving in European countries from Ukraine.

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Integrating LGBTI inclusive Gender Based Violence risk prevention, reduction and mitigation in the context of war in Ukraine

The ongoing war in Ukraine has resulted in the need for immediate action to address the needs both of a significant population of Ukrainians fleeing the armed conflict, as well as for those who are staying in Ukraine. LGBTI people are often amongst vulnerable groups in crisis situations and specific attention is needed to ensure that they are safe, have safe refuge and that some fundamental basic needs are being met – ensuring they are not left behind.

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