ILGA-Europe unites with the rest of Europe to take part in European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week, to increase awareness of the benefits of HIV and hepatitis testing and encourage more people become aware of their HIV and/or hepatitis status
The civil society groups expressed the urgent need to keep HIV, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis on the EU's agenda and asked
In the fight against HIV infection, Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is a vital tool when properly administered and monitored.
HIV/AIDS prevention and care is the responsibility of all: LGBTI people, activists and their allies.
The second European HIV testing week is kicking off today, and will end on the 28 November 2014. ILGA-Europe is proud to once again support the initiative.
This year, ILGA-Europe together with over 400 other governmental agencies and non-governmental organisations across Europe, expressed its support to the European HIV Testing Week which takes place in advance of the World AIDS Day (22-29 November 2013).
1 December is World AIDS Day. The theme of the Day is Getting to Zero: zero HIV infections, zero AIDS related deaths, zero barriers in accessing treatment and services, zero discrimination and zero prejudice towards people living with HIV.
...by launching a web-based guide on international human rights law on sexual and reproductive health
This joint ILGA-Europe and COC report is the first of its kind to be published about same-sex relationships and LGBT people in Georgia.
On 25 January 2005, the ECHR found Sweden guilty of violating Article 5 § 1 of the European Convention on HR for compulsory isolating an HIV positive person.