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.
- News20 May 2016 ASSHH UK Conference: ‘Critical Conversations about HIV’ Annie Holmes
- News20 May 2016 STRIVE and STOPAIDS Annie Holmes
Is violence against women preventable? Findings from the SASA! study summarized for general audiences
The report focuses on the SASA! approach and is designed to make findings accessible to activists and programmers. Its key message: Violence is preventable!
Understanding Gender: A training module for teachers
This training manual, by KHPT, seeks to expand the gender perspective and skills of school teachers.
Stigma and discrimination among female sex workers: Learnings from a pilot project in north Karnataka, India
This report was conducted as part of a two-year intervention aimed at reducing stigma against HIV positive sex workers in northern districts of Karnataka.
Secondary schooling might be as good an HIV investment as male circumcision
Remme et al argue that a co-financing approach could change the lives of many young people, providing both education and an HIV-free future.
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