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Formative Evaluations of the Gender Equality and Sexual Orientation and Gender Identities: Strategies of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

Formative Evaluations of the Gender Equality and Sexual Orientation and Gender Identities: Strategies of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
Between May and August 2011, the Pangaea Global AIDS Foundation conducted formative evaluations of the Gender Equality (GES) and Sexual Orientation and Gender Identities (SOGI) Strategies of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (the Global Fund). This executive summary sets out the Foundation’s key recommendations. The full report describes the evaluation process, findings, and recommendations in further detail.
Year of publication: 
2011

Good Practice in Sex Worker-Led HIV Programming: North America and the Caribbean Regional Report

Good Practice in Sex Worker-Led HIV Programming: North America and the Caribbean Regional Report
This document summarises the experience of sex workers through examples of best practices that serve to share the development of politically influential tools; to strengthen sex workers’ group efforts to become effectively involved in the development of policies and programmes that help to amplify their voices both at regional and international levels. It also documents the access of sex workers to treatment, as well as the impact of HIV programmes which fail to include a human rights-based approach, such as highly coercive or mandatory HIV programmes, as well as the lack of access to affordable and effective treatment for HIV and STIs.
Year of publication: 
2014

Good Practice in Sex Worker-Led HIV Programming: Latin America Regional Report

Good Practice in Sex Worker-Led HIV Programming: Latin America Regional Report
This document summarizes the process for conducting the documenting of good practices led by sex workers. Initiation, planning and delivery of work took place between June and December 2013. This documentation of good practices in HIV programming for sex workers includes access to treatment and other priority issues that need to be addressed in each region.
Year of publication: 
2014

The Voices and Demands of Positive Sex Workers: Briefing Paper 06

The Voices and Demands of Positive Sex Workers: Briefing Paper #06
HIV prevention efforts are being scaled up globally, to target sex workers as a key affected population in the HIV response. The voices and experiences of sex workers living with HIV are too often rendered invisible: this means that the additional needs and rights of sex workers living with HIV are often overlooked in forums that support the rights of general populations of people living with HIV. This paper sets out the demands of positive sex workers articulated by sex workers themselves.
Year of publication: 
2014

New Prevention Technologies and Their Implications for Sex Workers: Briefing Paper 04

New Prevention Technologies and Their Implications for Sex Workers: Briefing Paper 04
This NSWP briefing paper provides an overview of the new HIV prevention tools on the horizon, including microbicides, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), vaccines, and ‘treatment for prevention’. It details the possible positive and negative impacts of these as identified by sex worker organisations. Finally, it explores how sex workers’ advocacy can influence the development and introduction of these tools in ways that maximise usefulness and minimise risk to sex workers.
Year of publication: 
2011

Sex Work is not Trafficking: Briefing Paper 03

Sex Work is Not Trafficking: Briefing Paper 03
The conflation of trafficking and migration with sex work, in law and practice, presents challenges to NSWP.

This NSWP briefing paper explains how sex work is conflated with trafficking; the legal framework; how demand for sex work is conflated with trafficking; the dangers of conflating trafficking with sex work, its impacts on sex workers’ lives and work; the impact on sex worker programming; and offers some recommendations for policy makers, donors and for civil society.

Year of publication: 
2011