2018 | Track Record Case ZIMBABWE - SRC

This case study explains a Zimbabwean sex worker-led success for human rights and health conducted by the Sexual Rights Centre (SRC).

2018 | Track Record Case KENYA – NGLHRC

A study conducted by the National Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (NGLHRC) who successfully challenged the constitutionality of forced anal examinations.

2018 | Track Record Case KENYA – HOYMAS

How constructive engagement, strategic partnerships and coordinated policy advocacy led to successful unified sex worker community actions.

2017 | Track Record Case MYANMAR - AMA

Local partner Aye Myanmar Association (AMA) has developed into a resilient sex worker-led organisation, which has improved access to HIV services for sex workers. This case study explains how, the results and also contains recommendations.

2017 | Track Record Case UKRAINE - AFEW UKRAINE

Regional partner AFEW-Ukraine and their local partners conducted this case study and documented lessons learnt from raising a new generation of young advocates for young people who use drugs in Ukraine.
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2017 | Track Record Case SOUTH AFRICA - TB/HIV CARE

This case study on introducing and developing harm reduction strategies for people who inject drugs in South Africa was conducted by the TB/HIV care Association, a regional partner in the Bridging the Gaps programme.
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2017 | Track Record Case BOTSWANA - LEGABIBO

This track record case documents lessons learnt from the LEGABIBO (The Lesbians, Gays & Bisexuals of Botswana) registration case: Advocating for LGBT rights in Botswana. LEGABIBO is in-country partner of the Bridging the Gaps programme.

2017 | Vlog: The Learning Institute seen through the eyes of Lynn Werlich (Aidsfonds)

Nothing about us without us! Meaningful involvement of key populations and community empowerment – these were the key issues during the first Learning of Bridging the Gaps Institute (25-27 April 2017, Kenya).

2017 | Vlog: The Learning Institute seen through the eyes of Bradley Fortuin (LEGABIBO)

Bradley Fortuin from local partner LEGABIBO, The Lesbians, Gays and Bisexual of Botswana, shows you how he experienced the first Learning Institute (25-27 April 2017).

2015 | Video: Today’s youth, tomorrow’s key populations? Why UNGASS matters for young people who use drugs in Ukraine

https://youtu.be/oUvaRUCcePE For many years, people who use drugs in Ukraine, especially those younger than 18 years, have been facing serious barriers that prevent them from accessing support services. The strict drug legislation, resulting…

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