29 de junio | 2017

The situation in Venezuela worsens day by day in almost all areas, but in particular, for people living with HIV. Unfortunately, the United Nations system has not found a way to be of greater use.

Por: Javier Hourcade Bellocq

12 de mayo | 2017

As part of the actions of the Quiero PrEP initiative, we´re launching a campaign to promote PrEP access in LAC. Today we´re sharing the "Manifesto sobre la PrEP”.

Por: Javier Hourcade Bellocq

8 de noviembre | 2016

After having met the fund replenishment goal, The Global Fund’s Board will meet in few days to discuss the allocation of financial resources and define the Sustainability, Transition and Co-financing Policy. This article poses a critical view on such transition process and the role that civil society must play.

Por: Javier Hourcade Bellocq

13 de julio | 2016

Transition is the buzzword that has gained a boost after the recent approval of the Global Fund policy. It is no more than a euphemism for a less guilt-ridden exit of the funding mechanisms. Transition is a process, not an end in itself. It includes endless diagnoses, but the central issue should be how to resolve what comes out of these diagnoses, which is basically a question of ensuring sustainability.

Por: Javier Hourcade Bellocq

16 de junio | 2016

Reflections on the Orlando Massacre. A few days ago the homophobic terrorist attack that took the lives of over 50 people reminded us of the fact that any community gathered together in a physical space can constitute a target, and even more so if that community is one that has been, and continues to be, subject to so much hatred.

Por: Javier Hourcade Bellocq

7 de junio | 2016

With the High Level Meeting on AIDS scheduled to take place in New York on June 8-10, negotiations about the Political Declaration, the only concrete document to be adopted, are becoming more intense. Join a campaign at the end of this article.

Por: Javier Hourcade Bellocq

4 de junio | 2016

The United Nations High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS will take place from June 8 to 10. On this occasion, and against international good practices, Argentine civil society has not been involved in either national meetings or in the official delegation, while some representatives of the Argentine government are planning a shopping trip.

Por: Corresponsales Clave

18 de abril | 2016

On 6 April in New York City the civil society hearing was held in preparation for the High-Level Meeting on AIDS in June 2016.

Por: Javier Hourcade Bellocq

28 de enero | 2016

In late 2015, Argentina elected a new government, bringing about a change in the country’s political orientation. As a result, in the first month of the new government there have been significant public sector dismissals and changes in the structures of ministries that could jeopardise some essential programmes.

Por: Javier Hourcade Bellocq

14 de diciembre | 2015

The sexual diversity community and activists for trans people’s rights celebrate the election of Tamara Adrián to the National Assembly of Venezuela.

Por: Carlos Araque