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HIV programs can only be truly effective if sexual minorities are decriminalised, Global Commission told

HIV programs can only be truly effective if sexual minorities are decriminalised, Global Commission told

2011-03-03
Over 200 participants from 22 Asia-Pacific countries gathered in Bangkok for a historic dialogue hosted by the Global Commission on HIV and the Law. As of now, 90 percent of countries in the Asia-Pacific region still have laws and practices that obstruct the rights of people living with HIV and those at higher risk of HIV exposure.
GBT youth from Asia and the Pacific demand their voices be heard

GBT youth from Asia and the Pacific demand their voices be heard

2010-10-01
Young delegates from 13 countries converged in Bangkok, Thailand for a landmark event to discuss how HIV/AIDS affects young gay, bisexual and transgender (TG) people in Asia and the Pacific.
Vienna AIDS 2010 conference wrap-up

Vienna AIDS 2010 conference wrap-up

2010-07-26
The demand for universal recognition of human rights took the front seat at the world’s largest HIV conference where “Treatment 2.0” and “harm reduction” were the buzzwords. Comference organisers also called on governments to adopt harm reduction codes in place of continued criminalisation of drug-use. Fridae's Laurindo Garcia delivers a wrap-up report from Vienna.
New evidence shows better healthcare for gay men equals better HIV outcomes for general population

New evidence shows better healthcare for gay men equals better HIV outcomes for general population

2010-07-22
A decline in HIV prevalence among the general population has been achieved through improvements to HIV prevention and treatment services for gay men, and other men-who-have-sex-with-men (MSM). Fridae's Laurindo Garcia reports from Vienna.
19 of 48 countries in the Asia Pacific region criminalise male-to-male sex

19 of 48 countries in the Asia Pacific region criminalise male-to-male sex

2010-05-24
Nineteen of 48 countries in the Asia Pacific region criminalise male-to-male sex which contributes to over 90 percent of gay and bisexual men in the region being denied access to HIV prevention and care services. Fridae’s Laurindo Garcia reports.
Ang Ladlad's race to the finish line

Ang Ladlad's race to the finish line

2010-04-23
Danton Remoto, of the Philippines' Ang Ladlad – Asia's only LGBT political party – shares with Fridae's Manila correspondent Laurindo Garcia the group's plans after winning a mandate to represent LGBTs as a party-list group in the May 10 elections.
First ever consultation on MSM HIV/AIDS Care & Support held in Bangkok

First ever consultation on MSM HIV/AIDS Care & Support held in Bangkok

2009-11-27
Over 90 representatives from 12 countries attend the first ever regional consultation on MSM HIV/AIDS care and support held last week in Bangkok.
Philippine LGBTs protest discriminatory ruling against gay political party

Philippine LGBTs protest discriminatory ruling against gay political party

2009-11-25
After weeks of heated debate about the separation of church and state an alliance between various Filipino LGBT organisations and youth groups brought their grievances to the headquarters of the Philippine Commission on Elections (Comelec)  Wednesday morning and demanded a recent discriminatory ruling be struck down. Laurindo Garcia reports from Manila.
Stigma and discrimination still the greatest foes in the AIDS war in Asia

Stigma and discrimination still the greatest foes in the AIDS war in Asia

2009-08-17
  Almost 200 new MSM HIV cases occur each day in Asia – that’s one man (who has sex with another man) becoming infected with HIV every 7.5 minutes. This and other statistics were revealed at the 9th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP 9) which closed in Bali, Indonesia last Thursday.  
Manila beams with pride, despite debut of anti-gay protesters

Manila beams with pride, despite debut of anti-gay protesters

2008-12-08
For the first time in its 14-year history, the generally festive atmosphere that emanates from the annual Manila Pride March was tarnished with placards and calls for "repentance" from church-based anti-gay protesters.

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