Reinforcing our Commitment
We want to impact the world by ensuring that women living with HIV live free of gender oppression, enjoy our human rights and better health, inclusion and social wellbeing. We will focus on the following key issues affecting women living with HIV:
1. Ensure adequate financial investment in women and girls living with HIV;
2. Eliminate gender-based violence;
3. Promote universal access to health care, with a focus on HIV and maternal health;
4. Promote the sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of women living with HIV;
5. End the criminalisation of women living with HIV, in all our diversity
6 ICW NON-NEGOTIABLES TO ACHIEVE GENDER EQUITY & SRHR FOR ALL
IN THE HLM 2021 POLITICAL DECLARATION
ICW created this document to support networks advocate for gender justice and SRHR for the 2021 UN HLM on HIV and AIDS.
GNP+, ICW, and Y+ Global Joint Global Fund Recommendations
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Sex, Sex Workers and HIV
ICW recognises and supports that sex worker leadership is an integral component for effective responses
Forced and Coerced Sterilization
Sterilization without informed consent or under coercion is a widespread form of institutionalized violence against women and is part of a systemic pattern of violations of sexual and reproductive rights experienced globally.
Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
Women living with HIV have the right to healthy, satisfying sex lives and rights and needlaws and policies to protect, respect and fulfill these rights, as well appropriate services
to ensure their sexual and reproductive health.
Women Who Use Drugs
ICW and INPUD recognize the intersectionality of the experiences of women who use drugs and of women living with HIV.
Holistic Approach on STARTing Treatment
Despite potential individual and public health benefits, the decision to begin treatment for HIV is a deeply personal decision that reflects a variety of private, contextual and structural factors.
Breastfeeding: Mixed Messages
Women and mothers living with HIV must be provided accurate and comprehensive information on current recommendations on breastfeeding and other infant feeding options.