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Policy Briefs on the 2011 Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS

This package of inFocus Policy Briefs unpacks the 2011 Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS, the outcome document of the United Nations General Assembly High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS that was held in New York from 8-10 June 2011. It looks into what the declaration means to different key populations and to the HIV response in general. The 2011 Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS Volume 1 of inFocus looks into the 2011 Political Declaration to tease out the commitments made by Member States and what references the outcome document contains for key populations, vulnerable communities, and evidence-based HIV interventions. The Political Declaration is the result of...

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Don’t Leave Communities Behind: Progress in Achieving Universal Access to HIV Prevention, Treatment, Care & Support

This publication is the work of each of the Asia-Pacific Key Population and HIV/AIDS Community Networks. The publication calls on Asia-Pacific governments and development partners to: funding the HIV response to be sufficient and sustainable; interventions to be based on human rights and evidence; removing punitive laws and other legal barriers that impede an effective HIV response; combating stigma and discrimination; and, supporting communities to play a leading role in policy and programme design, service delivery and advocacy. Download “Don’t Leave Communities Behind”...

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Investment Framework (IF) toolkits

These Investment Framework (IF) toolkits advocate for immediate and short-term investment on evidence-based HIV programs for key populations to reduce the long-term cost of the epidemic. IF101: Key information on the HIV Investment Framework The HIV Investment Framework (IF) is a model for HIV/AIDS investment and prioritisation for maximum impact. The IF advocates for a short term increase in HIV funding in order to reduce funding requirements over the longer term. IF is fundamental to reaching universal access and potentially ending AIDS in this generation. Download the Investment Framework toolkit here.   River Rescue Role-play: Explaining the HIV Investment...

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