Four leadership decisions in 2017 that could rock the (global health) world

The coming year holds a series of major leadership changes that will determine the trajectory of the global HIV response for the foreseeable future. Given the size and scope of the global response, how much do individual leaders matter? We need only to look to the past to see the outsize influence strong leadership can have – and the vacuum created in its absence. 

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A World AIDS Day Wake-Up Call

University of Virginia student and Student Global AIDS Campaign (SGAC) steering committee member Domenic Crump writes about the continued importance of grassroots activism on the SGAC blog. Check it out! 

Fighting to Protect Human Rights in Kenya’s new Global Fund and PEPFAR Supported Key Population Size Estimate Study

The criminalization of sex work, drug use and same-sex relationships among consenting adults undermines HIV service delivery.[1] In most countries the legal environment works against access to delivery of effective services, such as harm reduction services and programs targeting sex workers and men having sex with men.

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How Botswana Made Me an Activist

Over on the Student Global AIDS Campaign (SGAC) blog, read SGAC fellow Rebecca Abelman’s reflections on how her activism is informed by time she spent as a medical student in Botswana.

Missing: Trump's Global AIDS Plan

Last night’s debate was full of memorable moments, and it left me reeling not just from what was saidbut from what wasn’t. The conversation featured a total lack of substantive discussion about AIDSyet againand against the backdrop of distraction after distraction, there is a real risk that it remains unaddressed this debate season altogether.

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