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MPact Global Action for Gay Men’s Health and Rights (formerly known as MSMGF or The Global Forum on MSM & HIV) was founded in 2006 by a group of activists concerned about the disproportionate HIV disease burden shouldered by men who have sex with men. MPact works at the intersection of sexual health and human rights, and is linked to more than 120 community-based organizations in 62 countries who are leading innovative solutions to the challenges faced by gay and bisexual men around the world.

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2018 Press

HIV Activists Announce Alternative 2020 Conference in Mexico City

December 10 – December 12

Bay Area, U.S. and Global Human Rights Advocates Demand 2020 International AIDS Conference Be Removed From U.S.

July 23 – July 27

Gay Men’s Advocacy Organization Moving Beyond just HIV, as Global Focus Turns to Larger Issues of Sexual Health and Human Rights

June 26 – July 13

Will the U.N. “Leave No One Behind” and Improve LGBTI Health and Well-Being?

July 5 – July 25