10 Essential Steps for “Getting to Zero”: Principles and Recommendations for Addressing Key Populations at the UN 2011 High Level Meeting on AIDS
In advance of the United Nations 2011 High Level Meeting on AIDS (June 8-10), and the associated Interactive Civil Society Hearing on AIDS (April 8), the major global networks dedicated to serving the needs of key populations have come together to articulate the vital steps needed for an effective global response to HIV.
Providing both context for HIV risk among key populations, and specific language requests for inclusion in the final High Level Meeting outcome document, 10 Essential Steps for “Getting to Zero”: Principles and Recommendations for Addressing Key Populations at the UN 2011 High Level Meeting on AIDS sends a clear message to U.N. country missions about the vital urgency of addressing key populations – and substantive actions for doing so.
This document is a joint effort of The Center of Excellence on Transgender Health, Global Action for Trans Equality (GATE), the International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD), the Global Foum on MSM and HIV (MSMGF), and the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP)
The English document can be found at: http://www.mpactglobal.org/files/msmgf//Advocacy/Policy_Briefs/UN_HLM_Steps_for_Getting_to_Zero.pdf