Guidelines and reports
GENEVA, 8 October 2020—Drawing on 40 years of experience from the AIDS response, UNAIDS is issuing new guidance on how to reduce stigma and discrimination in the context of COVID-19. The guidance is based on the latest evidence on what works to reduce HIV-related stigma and discrimination and applies it to COVID-19. Since the start…
Policy strategy of the European Network of social activities (Red Europea de Actividades Sociales) on HIV and Drug Addiction
ERNA shares the policy strategy of the European Network of social activities (Red Europea de Actividades Sociales) on HIV and Drug Addiction, written in December 1996.
“Psychosocial support for people with TB, HIV and viral hepatitis in the continuum of care in the WHO European Region”
ERNA would like to share the Report “Psychosocial support for people with TB, HIV and viral hepatitis in the continuum of care in the WHO European Region”
Since 1997, ERNA has provided regular information and technical support to European National Societies that consider these infectious diseases as a priority of their action in the field of public health and assistance to vulnerable groups such as migrants, sex workers, IDUs, prisoners, hard-to reach population.
We would like to bring to your attention about the humanitarian initiative launched by the RCRC at the United Nations to respond to the increasing substance abuse problem worldwide: the Rome Consensus 2.0 – towards a humanitarian drug policy. Addressing substance abuse disorders with a humanitarian approach in this time of international crisis for the COVID-19 is vital for hundreds of thousands of vulnerable people’s lives.
Every year the Azerbaijan Red Crescent Society jointly with the Republican Center on prevention and fight AIDS under the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Azerbaijan and in close collaboration with other partners held various activities devoted to the 1 December, World AIDS Day.
On November 26, an informational clock on HIV prevention was held at the Belarusian State College of Building Materials Industry. Volunteers and staff of the Moscow regional organization of the Belarus Red Cross in Minsk conducted the event. 260 students answered questions on “What I Know About HIV test”.
The project aims to promote active participation of young people in drug policy development and implementation, through: improving skills and capacity of youth organizations in advocating for the rights of vulnerable people such as drug users; fostering quality improvements in youth work and volunteering; enhancing cooperation between youth organizations from different regions of the world; promoting…