Open now! Groundbreaking survey to assess needs and realities of transgender people living with HIV/AIDS

via Transgender Law Center

Oakland, CA – Today, Transgender Law Center launched the Positively Trans (T+) survey, a first-of-its-kind community-led needs assessment to examine the legal and policy landscape as experienced by transgender women, men, and gender non-conforming people living with HIV/AIDS across the country. The survey is open for responses in English and in Spanish.

"As transgender people living with HIV/AIDS,...

CALL FOR ACTION: Statement of Support for Amnesty International and online petition

via The Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP)

NSWP has mobilised in support of Amnesty International following the recent backlash against Amnesty International’s Resolution and draft policy calling for the decriminalisation of sex work, which is tabled for adoption at their International Council Meeting, 6-11th August 2015.

The Amnesty International resolution ‘REQUESTS the International Board adopt a policy that seeks attainment of the highest possible protection of...

All Trials Registered | All Results Reported

It's time all clinical trial results are reported.

Patients, researchers, pharmacists, doctors and regulators everywhere will benefit from publication of clinical trial results. Wherever you are in the world please sign the petition:

Thousands of clinical trials have not reported their results; some have not even been registered.

Information on what...

Create the Future of Female Condoms

via National Female Condom Coalition

Join the NFCC in urging the FDA to update female condom regulations and make new options possible.

While a variety of female condoms are safe, effective, and available in a number of countries, people in the U.S. have just one option. This lack of variety is due in large part to an outdated FDA classification of the female condom.

...

Org sign on by 6/12: HIV research funding in jeopardy

via HIV Prevention Justice Alliance (HIV PJA)

The urgent call for organizational sign-on is being sent on behalf of AVAC, HIVMA, and the FAPP Research Working Group:

Federal HIV research funding is in jeopardy!

Deadline: Friday, June 12

As Congress begins work on the FY16 Labor, HHS and Education appropriation measures, we are hearing that there is a possible agreement in the House of Representatives to cut 10...

Join advocates across the U.S. to remove barriers to new female condom products

via National Female Condom Coalition (NFCC)

This week's webinar, "Breaking Regulatory Barriers for Greater Female Condom Access" provided the context and history of female condom regulation in the U.S. It also made the case to remove the onerous regulatory barriers that prevent introduction of new female condoms to the U.S. 

Advocates like you can take action to make way for more female condom options. How?...

Renewing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy

The White House Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP) is working to update the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) for 2016-2020 and just launched an online feedback forum to collect ideas about updating the Strategy.

The deadline for sharing your own ideas, vote, or comment on the recommendations of others is Friday, May 22, 2015. For further detail see the AIDS.gov blog....

Call for Submissions: Living with HIV - Poetry Anthology

via Michael Broder, PhD
Founder and President, Indolent Books
Author of This Life Now, a finalist for the 2015 Lambda Literary Award in Gay Poetry

I am seeking poems for an anthology about living with HIV in 2015. No restrictions as to sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, or any other identity category. No restrictions in terms of HIV status: the poet can be HIV-positive or...

Urge New York State Legislators to take action on the Blueprint for Ending the AIDS Epidemic!

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has made a long-term commitment to end AIDS in New York State. In June 2014, he announced a three-point plan to bring new HIV infections from over 3,000 a year to below 750 per year by 2020. In October 2014, he convened a Task Force of over 60 experts and community leaders to advance recommendations on how to make the plan a reality.

New York has...

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Open now! Groundbreaking survey to assess needs and realities of transgender people living with HIV/AIDS

via Transgender Law Center

Oakland, CA – Today, Transgender Law Center launched the Positively Trans (T+) survey, a first-of-its-kind community-led needs assessment to examine the legal and policy landscape as experienced by transgender women, men, and gender non-conforming people living with HIV/AIDS across the country. The survey is open for responses in English and in Spanish.

"As transgender people living with HIV/AIDS,...

CALL FOR ACTION: Statement of Support for Amnesty International and online petition

via The Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP)

NSWP has mobilised in support of Amnesty International following the recent backlash against Amnesty International’s Resolution and draft policy calling for the decriminalisation of sex work, which is tabled for adoption at their International Council Meeting, 6-11th August 2015.

The Amnesty International resolution ‘REQUESTS the International Board adopt a policy that seeks attainment of the highest possible protection of...

All Trials Registered | All Results Reported

It's time all clinical trial results are reported.

Patients, researchers, pharmacists, doctors and regulators everywhere will benefit from publication of clinical trial results. Wherever you are in the world please sign the petition:

Thousands of clinical trials have not reported their results; some have not even been registered.

Information on what...

Create the Future of Female Condoms

via National Female Condom Coalition

Join the NFCC in urging the FDA to update female condom regulations and make new options possible.

While a variety of female condoms are safe, effective, and available in a number of countries, people in the U.S. have just one option. This lack of variety is due in large part to an outdated FDA classification of the female condom.

...

Org sign on by 6/12: HIV research funding in jeopardy

via HIV Prevention Justice Alliance (HIV PJA)

The urgent call for organizational sign-on is being sent on behalf of AVAC, HIVMA, and the FAPP Research Working Group:

Federal HIV research funding is in jeopardy!

Deadline: Friday, June 12

As Congress begins work on the FY16 Labor, HHS and Education appropriation measures, we are hearing that there is a possible agreement in the House of Representatives to cut 10...

Join advocates across the U.S. to remove barriers to new female condom products

via National Female Condom Coalition (NFCC)

This week's webinar, "Breaking Regulatory Barriers for Greater Female Condom Access" provided the context and history of female condom regulation in the U.S. It also made the case to remove the onerous regulatory barriers that prevent introduction of new female condoms to the U.S. 

Advocates like you can take action to make way for more female condom options. How?...

Renewing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy

The White House Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP) is working to update the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) for 2016-2020 and just launched an online feedback forum to collect ideas about updating the Strategy.

The deadline for sharing your own ideas, vote, or comment on the recommendations of others is Friday, May 22, 2015. For further detail see the AIDS.gov blog....

Call for Submissions: Living with HIV - Poetry Anthology

via Michael Broder, PhD
Founder and President, Indolent Books
Author of This Life Now, a finalist for the 2015 Lambda Literary Award in Gay Poetry

I am seeking poems for an anthology about living with HIV in 2015. No restrictions as to sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, or any other identity category. No restrictions in terms of HIV status: the poet can be HIV-positive or...

Urge New York State Legislators to take action on the Blueprint for Ending the AIDS Epidemic!

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has made a long-term commitment to end AIDS in New York State. In June 2014, he announced a three-point plan to bring new HIV infections from over 3,000 a year to below 750 per year by 2020. In October 2014, he convened a Task Force of over 60 experts and community leaders to advance recommendations on how to make the plan a reality.

New York has...

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