In moments like these, where even our former allies are using us to advance their own political goals, pride and its value become ever clearer.
For different reasons, many sexually active people don’t want to know whether they are HIV positive or not. They don’t want to even think about it. But if you do know what your status is, one way or the other, you will be making a positive difference to your life. Here’s why…
Monica Panayi, Vice-President of Accept Cyprus
Being an activist in a small country like Cyprus can be a herculean task for both ACCEPT LGBT Cyprus (ACCEPT) and the AIDS Solidarity Movement (ASM). A lot of times, the limited access to funding and resources makes our job extremely difficult. Therefore, creating something for the better good is an important achievement.
By Henning Mikkelsen
“And don’t forget your condoms!” You have heard it forever, and probably practised it quite a bit - European gay and bisexual men are among the most experienced condom users in the world. Indeed, condoms are a blessing, and they have stopped millions of HIV and sexually transmitted infections.
By Esther Dixon Williams & Nikos Dedes, European AIDS Treatment Group
By Lisa Power
It's St Valentine's Day, one of the least saintly saint's days in the Christian calendar, when Europeans of all faiths and none struggle out of our winter thermals and into something slinky in hopes of romance.
On 9-10 February 2017, ILGA-Europe and the European Aids Treatment Group (EATG) jointly held a capacity-building seminar on the role of LGBTI organisations to address HIV and STIs.
On 9-10 February 2017, ILGA-Europe and the European Aids Treatment Group (EATG) are jointly organising a capacity-building seminar in Brussels.
The signatories of this open letter are extremely concerned that the Prague Public Health Authority has initiated a police investigation into the sex lives of 30 men living with HIV.