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Highlighting frontline health and human rights work from across the globe.


APCOM works to improve the health and rights of gay men, other men who have sex with men, and SOGIESC people in Asia and the Pacific. Based in Bangkok, APCOM works with individuals and CBOs in 35 countries. They focus on HIV, sexual health, mental health, and drug use – working to assert human and legal rights across the region and end discrimination, stigma, criminalization, and exclusion of the communities they serve.

The AIDS and Rights Alliance for southern Africa

The AIDS and Rights Alliance for southern Africa (ARASA) was established in 2002 as a regional partnership of civil society organizations working in 18 countries in southern and east Africa. Between 2019 and 2021, the partnership will work to promote respect for and the protection of the rights to bodily autonomy and integrity for all in order to reduce inequality, especially gender inequality, and promote health, dignity, and wellbeing in southern and east Africa.

International Network of People Who Use Drugs

The International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD) is a global peer-based organization that seeks to promote health and defend the rights of people who use drugs. INPUD will expose and challenge stigma, discrimination, and the criminalization of people who use drugs and its impact on the drug-using community’s health and rights. INPUD will achieve this through processes of empowerment and advocacy at the international level while supporting empowerment and advocacy at community, national and regional levels.​

International Treatment Preparedness Coalition

The International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) is a global network of people living with HIV, community activists, and their supporters working to achieve universal access to HIV treatment and other life-saving medicines.

The International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC)

The International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC) is a global network of 192 NGOs that focus on issues related to drug production, trafficking and use. IDPC promotes objective and open debate on the effectiveness, direction and content of drug policies at the national and international level, and supports evidence-based policies that are effective at reducing drug-related harm.

The Kenya Legal & Ethical Issues Network on HIV and AIDS

The Kenya Legal & Ethical Issues Network on HIV and AIDS (KELIN) advocates for a holistic and rights-based system of service delivery in health and for the full enjoyment of the right to health by all, including the vulnerable, marginalized, and excluded populations. While originally created to protect and promote HIV-related human rights, KELIN’s scope has expanded to also include sexual and reproductive health and rights, tuberculosis, as well as women’s land and property rights.

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