2015 represented the culmination of an era. Fifteen years before, the world had come together to agree on a path to address extreme poverty in all its multidimensional facets– the result was the Millennium Development Goals.Among the eight goals, “combatingHIV, malaria, and other diseases,” guided the work we did.… Read more
A ground-breaking, community-based Canadian study exploring the relationship between housing and health for people living with HIV has been honoured with the second Robert Carr Research Award. Positive Spaces Healthy Places: HIV, Housing and Health Research in Action – a 10-year longitudinal study – documented the impact of housing on both the physical and mental health-related quality of life for people living with HIV. Read the complete press release here.… Read more
Toronto, Canada. July 15, 2015 — ICASO is pleased to announce that Marama Pala has been elected chair of its board of directors. Marama Pala was the first Māori woman to publicly disclose her HIV status; she has since become a powerful activist for Māori and marginalized communities.… Read more
ICASO board member, and Global advocate for human rights, HIV and gay rights, Don Baxter, is honoured by Australia.
A pioneer of Australia’s HIV response, an activist for gay rights, and campaigner in the global fight against HIV and AIDS is how many know Don Baxter.… Read more