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Call for proposals: for the establishment a pool of contractors to perform both mid-term and end-of-grant evaluations of UNITAID projects
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UNITAID is seeking proposals from suitably qualified bidders to establish a pool of contractors to perform both mid-term and end-of-grant evaluations of UNITAID projects. We would like ...
Last updated on April 16 2014 at 14:27
Issue Brief: Trans Populations and HIV - Time to End the Neglect
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Of all populations affected by HIV worldwide, evidence suggests that transgender populations may be the most heavily burdened. Due to stigma, neglect, and institutionalized discriminatio ...
Last updated on April 16 2014 at 13:50
India: Supreme Court recognizes transgenders as 'third gender'
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New Delhi - In a landmark judgment, the [Indian] Supreme Court on Tuesday created the "third gender" status for hijras or transgenders. Earlier, they were forced to write male or female ...
Last updated on April 16 2014 at 13:49
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4th South Africa TB Conference

10-13 June 2014, Durban, South Africa

The 4th SA TB Conference occurs while South Africa is in the midst of battling the worst TB-HIV epidemic in the world. The organisers "call on everyone working in all spheres of TB-HIV drug discovery, clinical management, patient advocacy, government policy and the basic sciences to attend this meeting. We look forward to welcoming you in Durban!"

Conference website...

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Film: 'Fire In The Blood'

Tells the story of the global activists who fought to overturn a situation where Western pharmaceutical companies and governments blocked access to low-cost AIDS drugs for the countries of Africa and the global south in the years after 1996 - causing millions of unnecessary deaths. However, as the film makes clear, with past victories having given way to serious setbacks, the real fight for access to life-saving medicine is just beginning.

Screenings around the world now - from Ahmedabad to Adelaide,  Bombay to Boston, Dublin to Delhi... Interested in hosting a screening? - contact