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  • Progress and justice for women and girls has come under attack by the new US administration via the reinstatement and proposed expansion of the Global Gag Rule, also known as the Mexico City policy. We are writing as the AVAC team to share with our allies, of all genders, that we will not cease fighting for bodily autonomy, for justice, for choice and voice for women and girls.

    January 27, 2017
    General
    AVAC
  • 2017 promises to be a year of big changes, but how the political winds will touch the field of HIV is still unknown. Amidst the uncertainty, long hard work advancing HIV prevention is pushing frontiers all over the world from the lab to the clinic to the household medicine cabinet. Our latest issue of Px Wire looks ahead at a host of issues we are watching in 2017.

    January 19, 2017
    Antibody Related Research, HIV Vaccine, General, Hormonal Contraceptives and HIV, Microbicides, PrEP
    AVAC
  • Veteran science writer Mark Mascolini is a periodic contributor to P-Values. In this post, he brings clarity to the buzz about the latest broadly-neutralizing antibody to make headlines.

    January 17, 2017
    Antibody Related Research
    Mark Mascolini
  • AVAC is pleased to announce the fifth offering of its global Good Participatory Practice Online Training Course! Through interactive modules, online forums that allow for peer-to-peer interaction, webinars and practical assignments—all facilitated by experts in GPP—the course deepens participant capacity to effectively apply GPP in their own contexts.

    January 12, 2017
    General
    AVAC
  • AVAC is happy to announce that another class has graduated from the GPP Online Training Course. GPP, or the Good Participatory Practice Guidelines, provide systematic guidance on effective engagement with stakeholders in the design and conduct of biomedical HIV prevention trials.

    December 22, 2016
    General
    AVAC
  • 2016 is fast winding down and for many people the thought is: this year can’t be over quickly enough. It’s been a wild one. Human rights and health care seem more imperiled than ever as a result of political changes in many parts of the world, including here in the US where the core AVAC team is located.

    December 20, 2016
    General
    AVAC
  • Saturday, December 10 was Human Rights Day—the annual commemoration of the UN adoption, in 1948, of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. As frequent readers of this blog know, AVAC isn’t always convinced that “days” for topics or issues can change the world. But we know to our core that human rights—every day—are essential for progress in HIV and every other health issue.

    December 12, 2016
    General
    AVAC
  • Kenneth Mwehonge, head of HEPS-Uganda's advocacy program writes, "I’m excited by the potential of PrEP to drive new infections down, but I worry that if the high cost of its delivery isn’t checked, PrEP may not realize this potential, especially not in the developing countries where it’s needed most."
    December 9, 2016
    Kenneth Mwehonge
  • As we turn to 2017 all eyes are on human rights – in the US and overseas. This update from Lindsay Roth, a long-time sex worker advocate, reports on a recent win and the larger forces putting sex worker safety in the cross hairs.

    December 9, 2016
    Lindsay Roth
  • With uncertainty over what 2017 holds, and on the occasion of Human Rights Day, AVAC Staffer Micheal Ighodaro chooses to focus the good news for human rights that 2016 brought.

    December 9, 2016
    General
    Micheal Ighodaro

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