Our Global Voice

Does Global HIV Advocacy by Civil Society Matter? YES!

A new report examines the role of global-level advocacy in addressing HIV among key populations, including people living with HIV; people who inject drugs; sex workers; and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people.

“Global Action with Local Impact: Why Advocacy Matters,” details strategies used and outcomes achieved by five constituency-led global network organizations focused on key populations, providing numerous case studies that illustrate the impact of advocacy at the global level.

The report was produced by the Bridging the Gaps program, an international multi-agency effort devoted to achieving universal access to HIV services and ensuring full human rights for key populations.

CLICK HERE to access the report!

2016 African Black Diaspora Global Network Financial support for this initiative was made available by Core Funding - 2013153 from the Consortium of MSM and Transgender Networks by the Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund