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World Health Organization

World AIDS Day 2012: "Getting to zero"

World AIDS Day is marked each year Dec. 1. Through 2015, the World Health Organization has set out to reach its goal of zero: zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination, and zero AIDS-related deaths.

RGOD2: The spiritual journey begins in exile

"We must stand with our brave brothers and sisters who face daily threats and insults and give them the tools and the safety nets to do the work that someone needs to do."

Marginalized populations call for revised approach to global HIV epidemic

As HIV rates continue to climb among marginalized groups around the world, the major global networks of gay men, people who use drugs, sex workers, transgender people and people living with HIV have put forth a series of joint recommendations for a more effective global AIDS response.

COMMENTARY: The quiet genocide – a call for religious conscience and action

These moral battles, as we have seen in Uganda, are often driven by well- meaning Christian fundamentalists from the USA in a perverse kind of neo-colonialism. They have no idea of the fallout from these laws to millions of LGBT people who cannot access HIV prevention or care.