Research on structural change to prevent HIV
Social forces drive the HIV epidemic and block prevention efforts. STRIVE partners investigate how structural factors create vulnerability and what programmes work to tackle them.
- News21 September 2015 Political economy of HIV - Learning Lab, 13 October 2015 Michelle Moore
- News15 September 2015 STRIVE at SVRI Forum 2015 Michelle Moore
Intimate relationships of Devadasi sex workers in south India: An exploration of risks of HIV/STI transmission
Global literature on female sex workers suggests that being in an intimate relationship is associated with barriers to practising safe sex behaviours.
Attention, engagement or impact? Using altmetrics to track conversations about your research - Natalia Madjarevic
In this webinar, Natalia Madjarevic outlines the use of ‘altmetrics’ to track and unpack research impact.
Conference Report: State Conference on Keeping Girls in Secondary School: Successes and Challenges
This comprehensive report details a state-level conference on girls' education organised by STRIVE partner KHPT.
Violence and structural HIV risk to sex workers - Michele Decker
In this webinar, Dr Michele Decker talks about the prevalence and health impact of violence among sex workers.
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