The final day of AIDS 2022 has wrapped-up. Check out some highlights!
Check out our Sunday highlights from AIDS 2022
As part of the “Not A Criminal” Campaign, organizations are demanding countries replace bad laws with evidence-based legislation to protect our communities from criminalization, discrimination and gender-based violence, and support the creation of independent human rights institutions. Additionally, the campaign calls on United Nations agencies and donors to develop strong, coordinated, and high-profile mechanisms to monitor progress on these member states’ commitments.
Training: Best Practice Guide for Governments on the engagement of trans people in the Development of National Strategic Plans (NSP)
In every country with available data, trans populations are among the most affected groups by HIV. In all regions, trans populations experience high levels of… Read More »Training: Best Practice Guide for Governments on the engagement of trans people in the Development of National Strategic Plans (NSP)
GATE and amfAR will bring together activists, researchers, and policymakers for a practical discussion of how to increase trans inclusion in national HIV planning processes.
With just under 2 weeks to go to AIDS 2022, communities are concerned about their ability to participate in-person at this year’s largest gathering on HIV and AIDS due to delays and denial of visas for travel to Montreal, Canada.
Our staff will be present at the conference, so please come and say hello 👋 and chat to us about GATE’s work – past, present and future!
GATE has compiled a calendar of AIDS 2022 sessions that are relevant to trans and gender diverse communities.
TRANSport: A TRANS and Gender Diverse Community Re-Engagement Hub aims to provide a space for trans and gender diverse activists and allies to
GATE hosted a webinar on 12 April, 3pm CET to encourage participation of trans and gender diverse communities at AIDS 2022.