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,…

2013 | Video: Advocacy in Practice - Using Research Findings to Advocate for LGBT Friendly Health Services in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is known to be a pioneer in Latin America when it comes to human rights. However, for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender (LGBT) people in this country, it is a completely different story. Discrimination still widely exists,…

2013 | Baseline Report: Drug Laws and Human Rights in Kenya - Disharmony in the Law and Training Recommendations to Law Enforcement

In this baseline report (2013), Mainline describes the Kenyan drug deterrence and human rights policies and laws, and provides training recommendations for law enforcers to contribute to the improvement of the health and rights situation of…

2012 | Study: Access to HIV Prevention and Treatment for Men Who Have Sex With Men

This report (2012) explores the structural, community and individual factors that facilitate and challenge the access of men who have sex with men (MSM) to HIV services. Based on a survey among 5,779 MSM from 165 countries, MSMGF identifies…

2012 | Desk Research: Health and Rights of LGBT in Ukraine [English & Russian]

In this baseline report (2012), COC Netherlands and LiGa describe the health and human rights situation of LGBT people in Ukraine.Key words: baseline, Ukraine, LGBT, health, rights

2012 | Desk Research: Health and Rights of LGBT in Tajikistan [English & Russian]

In this baseline report (2012), COC Netherlands and Equal Opportunities describe the health and human rights situation of LGBT people in Tajikistan. Key words: baseline, Tajikistan, LGBT, health, rights

2012 | Progress Report: Rapid Situational Assessment, Including Mapping and HIV surveillance Among People Who Inject Drugs (PWIDs) in the City of Rawalpindi

This interim progress report (2012) shows the progress made for people who use drugs (PWUD) by Nai Zindagi Charity and Mainline Foundation in Pakistan. Their programme objectives are to integrate services for PWUD into the general health system…

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