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Analysis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Related Activities in Round 8 and 9 Proposals

This document from the Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria (the Fund), authored by Adam Graham, analyses HIV proposals to the Fund in Rounds 8 and 9.

It focuses on men who have sex with men, sex workers and transgendered people and looks at levels of participation and representation, the evidence base and service delivery.

When I dare to be powerful - Sex Worker Oral Herstory

A Publication by Akina Mama wa Afrika (AMwA), written by Zawadi Nyong’o and edited by Christine Butegwa and Solome Nakaweesi-Kimbugwe.

AMwA has been working in partnership with sex worker activists in Uganda and other countries in East Africa. This oral history project allowed women to speak for themselves to try and better understand the politics behind sexuality, sexual rights and sex work.

The research tries to present the multiple dimensions of women’s lives,

An Interview with Jo Doezema, of the Network of Sex Work Projects: Does attention to trafficking adversely affect sex workers’ rights?

An interview by Elaine Murphy and Karin Ringheim in Reproductive Health and Rights – Reaching the Hardly Reached. pp. 13-15. This report was published by PATH.

Rights of vulnerable people and the future of HIV/AIDS

An article in the Lancet Infectious Diseases, Volume 10, Issue 2, Page 67, February 2010.

Crossing boundaries: Bangladeshi sex workers in Calcutta

An article by Malini Sur of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Amsterdam published in the IIAS Newsletter.

How Ideology Trumped Science: Why PEPFAR Has Failed to Meet its Potential

A report by Evertz S H sponsored by the Council for Global Equality. Evertz was the director of the Office of National AIDS Policy during U.S. President George W. Bush's first term.

Donor Dialogue: Donor Collaboration to Advance the Human Rights of Sex Workers

A meeting report from the 'Donor Dialogue: Donor Collaboration to Advance the Human Rights of Sex Workers', 11-12 November 2009, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The meeting was co-organised by Mama Cash and the Open Society Institute’s Sexual Health and Rights Project (SHARP), in collaboration with AIDS Fonds, American Jewish World Service, Global Fund for Women, HIVOS, and the Oak Foundation.

Sex Work and Economics – A rapid annotated bibliography

An annotated bibliography by Greenall M that explored the literature on sex work and economics and ordered the resources into the following categories:

Strengthening Global Commitment to Sex Worker Rights: Background paper for a proposed donor collaboration

This report by Greenall M was commissioned by a group of donors and foundations involved in advancing human rights, women's rights, global health and social justice, who have committed themselves to strengthening their work with sex workers. This report provided background information for a wider meeting of sex worker rights activists, donor agencies and foundations, which aimed to establish a formal collaboration between the donors and foundations to advance sex worker rights and health.

Toolkit for monitoring and evaluation of interventions for sex workers

A toolkit from WHO that focuses on targetted HIV interventions for female sex workers. It draws on WHO experience from programmes implemented in the Western Pacific and South-East Asia Regions.
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