2014 | Thesis: Advocacy For the Human Rights of People Who Use Drugs

This master thesis (2014) shows how and to what extent advocacy for human rights of PWUD is part of the activities of harm reduction organisations. Based on seventeen in-depth and sixteen survey interviews with harm reduction and advocacy professionals…

2014 | Thesis: Integration of Health Care and Harm Reduction Services for People Who Use Drugs

This master thesis (2014) identifies the current state of the integration of HIV-related health services for PWUD into the general health system in Indonesia and Kyrgyzstan. Based on fifteen in-depth interviews with health delivery experts,…

2014 | Thesis: The Invisible Citizens’ Revolution

This master thesis (2014) identifies how LGBT people living with HIV in Ecuador claim their rights for better treatment in the health system and the wider community, within a general environment of stigma and discrimination. Based on 20 in-depth…

2014 | National Study On Access of Drug Users to Treatment & Fundamental Human Rights in Pakistan

This report (2014) explores the accessibility of PWUD to health and rights services in Pakistan. Based on a survey among 545 PWUD, APLHIV identifies gaps and sets priorities for action.Key words: needs assessment, Pakistan, PWUD, health, rights,…

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