E-NEWS AIDS ACTION EUROPE  - JUNE 2019
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E-NEWS AIDS ACTION EUROPE - June 2019
Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Today we would like to share AAE's latest news on
  • Valeria Rachynska's presentation on the GF Transition Process in Ukraine
  • PrEP in Europe Summit 2019 open registration
And our latest Clearinghouse Uploads
  • Nothing about us without us! - SWAN Guide on Meaningful Involvement of Sex Workers and Their Organisations
  • Summary of the Activities and Results of the Joint Action on HIV and Co-Infection Prevention and Harm Reduction (HA-REACT)
  • A Practical Toolkit: Implementing Integrated Care Models for People Who Inject Drugs
  • Advancing HIV Justice 3: Growing the global movement against HIV criminalisation
With kind regards,
AAE Team

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LATEST NEWS
Making resources available to sustain HIV Prevention Programmes during and after GF Transition in Ukraine
 
From 2018 on, the Global Fund (GF) has been cutting down its funding in Ukraine (UA) due to the country transitions to domestic funding. “Key challenge in the transition process from GF to domestic funding is to ensure well-working HIV prevention programmes and to make the government sources available for NGO’s”, said Valeria Rachynska, the head of the regional policy team at 100% LIFE.
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PrEP IN EUROPE INITIATIVE
The right to PrEP : Getting PrEP right
October 10-12, 2019 in Warsaw, Poland
 
The PrEP in Europe Initiative is a partnership of six European HIV prevention and policy organisations: AIDES, AIDS Action Europe, AVAC, the EU Civil Society Forum, the European AIDS Treatment Group, NAM/Aidsmap and the National AIDS Trust.

The aim of this summit is to articulate how we, as members of the affected communities and their allies, want to be able to benefit from it. We are mobilising not just for the Right to PrEP, but the Right PrEP – provided in ways that most align to our needs for protection from HIV and good sexual healthcare.
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LATEST CLEARINGHOUSE UPDATES
Nothing about us without us!
Sex Workers’ Rights Advocacy Network (SWAN)

 
This guide builds on the recommendations formulated by the global sex worker movement and aims to provide law and policy makers, researchers, and civil society stakeholders in Central-Eastern Europe and Central Asia (CEECA) with practical advice on how to meaningfully involve sex workers in three areas, namely policymaking, research, and civil society advocacy and programming. 
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A Practical Toolkit: Implementing Integrated Care Models for People Who Inject Drugs
 
This toolkit provides information on core recommendations and guidelines on how HIV, HCV and TB prevention and treatment activities could be integrated and combined with harm reduction measures to be effectively included in the work of different organisations which work with people who inject drugs. It includes examples of models of care and good practices as well as references to relevant international guidelines.
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Summary of the Activities and Results of the Joint Action on HIV and Co-Infection Prevention and Harm Reduction
(HA-REACT) 

Reporting Period: October 2015 - Janaury 2019
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Advancing HIV Justice 3: Growing the global movement against HIV criminalisation
 
The aim of this publication is to provide a progress report of achievements and challenges in global advocacy against HIV criminalisation.

It can be used as a tool for individuals and organisations working to end or mitigate the harm of HIV criminalisation around the world, as well as for others with an interest in HIV and human rights issues.
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The AIDS Action Europe Clearinghouse is an online platform where NGOs, policy makers, networks and other stakeholders in Europe and Central Asia can share key documents and good practice materials. Check out more materials at hivaidsclearinghouse.eu
The European AIDS Action Network was established in 2004, has continued to develop and has become one of the largest networks working in the field of HIV infection in the region. The network goes far beyond the borders of the European Union and covers all 53 countries in Europe and Central Asia.
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