According to Susan T. Fried on 50.50, World AIDS Conference 2016 was the growing discussion about disastrous impac of criminal law. “We know the ways in which abusive laws and practices put sex workers, gay and other men who have sex with men, transgender women (there is still a dearth of data on HIV and transmen or lesbians and other women who have sex with women) and other marginalised groups at increased risk of contracting HIV and create serious and unmanageable barriers to accessing services and justice”.
The Brazilian Interdisciplinary AIDS Association (ABIA) released today (20/07) “Myth vs. Reality: evaluating the Brazilian response to HIV in 2016”. The publication was showed in the Global Village, Durban, South Africa. Using simple and objective language, the publication offers up hard-hitting analyses in order to contribute to the reconstruction of the Brazilian response to the epidemic, which was once a model for the world.
The AIDS Daily Review released: the Opening Ceremony officially kicked off the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) on Monday, Nelson Mandela Day. The conference returns to Durban 16 years after Mandela himself addressed the gathering with an historic speech that called upon all to “break the silence, banish stigma and discrimination, and ensure total inclusiveness within the struggle against AIDS.
During the International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa (18-22 July), the Brazilian Interdisciplinary AIDS Association (ABIA) will release “Myth vs. Reality: evaluating the Brazilian response to HIV in 2016,””. The publication will be available on 20/07, at 2:00 PM, in the Global Village. There will be a simultaneous release of “Myth vs. Reality” in PDF format in both Portuguese and English in those Observatories being led by ABIA.