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Dear Friends and Colleagues,
AIDS Action Europe would likes to thank all members and partners for the participation and support in our Member and Partner Meeting* in October 2018!

Today, we like to share highlights and insights. The meeting was decided to focus on 2 topics of concern for civil society organisations working in the field:
  1. Good practices and gaps in addressing women in harm reduction;
  2. The role of international networks in response to HIV/AIDS, TB and viral hepatitis.
Best wishes,
AAE Team

*The AAE Steering Committee initiated this meeting for the first time in 2016 to identify needs and demands of AAE’s member organisations. It was a step forward to involve the member and partner organisations into the discussion on how to support civil society movement at national and European level and on how to build up  capacities for advocacy in the WHO European region. The meeting became a platform with really great exchange between eastern and western NGOs. 
Addressing Women’s Needs in Harm Reduction Services.
Women and men have different experiences in drug use. Traditionally, harm reduction services are tailored to the needs of men who use drugs and do not meet the special needs of women or other non-binary people.

During the meeting AAE member organisations presented the challenges they face and good practices on meeting the needs of women who use drugs in their work. Country examples were presented by members from Tajikistan, Georgia, Greece and Czech Republic.
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International networks role in response to HIV/AIDS, TB and viral hepatitis
How do networks meet the needs of their communities, represent them and excange and collaborate - these were the hot topics of the agenda. The networks ECOM, EHRA, ICRSE, ECUO, EATG and AAE contributed with their experiences and perspectives.

Apart from the discussion on how European networks might fail the needs of their respective communities, the discussion focused on improving the collaboration of European networks in the response to HIV, TB and viral hepatitis.
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A critical reflection of TGEU’s activities and work from June 2016 until June 2018
This publication produced by Transgender Europe includes analysis of their activities and deliverables, their structures and how these structures leave many people behind.

This publication is a good practice tool for NGOs to have a crytical analysis of our work and how we address the most vulnarable people from the communities we represent. 
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AIDS Action Europe - Stronger Together
Strategic Framework 2018-2021

The AAE Steering Committee has defined an overall strategy and clear agenda spanning 2018-2021 that align AAE’s work with these growing concerns. It is AAE’s duty to keep HIV/AIDS, TB and viral hepatitis as priorities on EU, national and regional health agendas. AAE will build the advocacy capacity of civil society organisations, in order to mitigate the obstacles that limit universal access to prevention, treatment, care and affordable medicines.
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