Join IDS alum Fungai Murau (MA Poverty & Development, 2017) and their colleague Bonnie Gumise from the Terrence Higgins Trust for a discussion on the intersections of sexual health and HIV and how that can be challenging to uphold human rights for all.
Equitable health interventions need to address key populations and tailor the services they require accordingly. For this seminar the key populations that we will highlight are: Men who have sex with other men, people who inject drugs, adolescent girls & young women, transgender people, migrants and sex workers.
Compounding crises in recent years have slowed the global fight against HIV, as the number of new HIV infections worldwide between 2020 and 2021 fell by just 3.6% - the smallest decline since 2016. COVID-19, conflict, mass displacement, and other crises are threatening the health of millions and derailing goals aimed at eradicating HIV.
This seminar will discuss:
No need to book, all staff, alumni and students are welcome!
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