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  • Texas Bill Cuts HIV Funding, Boosts Abstinence Education

    Texas would cut $3 million in state funds for programs to prevent HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases and put that money toward abstinence education under a Republican-sponsored measure advanced by the state House.

    01 April 2015 | ABC News
  • What We Know About HIV Transmission Should Influence PrEP Messaging

    It is pretty clear that those who are diagnosed with HIV who are in care and on medicine are not spreading the virus. So why do people continue to discuss PrEP solely in the context of having known HIV-positive partners? And in what ways do we still stigmatize people living with HIV in our discussions around PrEP as a tool to bridge the viral divide?

    26 February 2015 | The Body
  • PrEP in the Spotlight: Sound Bites from Creating Change

    As more and more people start to talk about pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), how can we make sure that people are hearing accurate information about this effective way to prevent HIV? What are the messages that resonate with people who might benefit from PrEP, and how can we get the word out to increase PrEP awareness and uptake?

    23 February 2015 | BETA blog
  • HIV Positive Guys Need To Consider Going On Meds Earlier — ACON

    MORE HIV-positive men need to think about starting treatment straight after diagnosis if ambitious targets to end HIV transmission by 2020 are to be met, the head of New South Wales based LGBTI health body ACON has said. The comments come as the organisation launches a major new sexual health campaign that also aims to clear up confusion surrounding one of the newest buzzwords in the HIV lexicon: "undetectable".

    23 February 2015 | Star Observer
  • Condom advert – HIV prevention or infidelity promotion?

    Controversy over an advert on condom use to prevent HIV among married couples led by a cross section of Kenyan religious leaders has left many HIV activists astonished at the ‘denial of reality’.

    27 January 2015 | Key Correspondents
  • Internet filters block websites of sex abuse charities

    The adult content filters being rolled out by some internet providers under a scheme championed by David Cameron are blocking the websites of businesses and charities and are a “distraction” for parents seeking to protect children from online pornography, claim campaigners.

    26 January 2015 | The Guardian
  • London HIV Prevention Programme media contracts announced

    Contracts have been awarded to a group of specialist media agencies (Team Enter, Manning Gottlieb, Carat) as part of the new London HIV Prevention Programme (LHPP) funded by London boroughs.

    21 January 2015 | London Councils
  • The Quest Workshop for Black and Minority Ethnic Gay and Bisexual Men

    Public Health England (PHE) has commissioned The Quest to deliver its flagship “The Quest Workshop”, aimed at reducing health risk behaviour and building resilience, to Black African, Black Caribbean, mixed Black and other ethnicity (BME) gay and bisexual men who have sex with men (MSM). As part of the project, The Quest will be delivering two workshops in London and one in Manchester. The first set of workshops will be taking place in March 2015.

    21 January 2015 | The Quest
  • Fighting Poverty and HIV With Soap Operas

    TV can have an impact on poverty and public health, changing social behaviors.

    16 January 2015 | Businessweek
  • Uganda: HIV rights groups attack Museveni

    A coalition of civil society organisations on the frontline of Uganda’s HIV response yesterday demanded President Museveni to withdrawal his remarks on HIV/Aids prevention. The President had said: “Those NGOs and whites come deceiving you that circumcision and condom use are the best ways to protect yourself against HIV/Aids. But I advise you to put padlocks on your private parts.”

    08 December 2014 | Daily Monitor
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