The Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+), a network for people living with HIV, run by people living with HIV. They engage with and support national and regional networks of people living with HIV this ensures that their global work is grounded in their local experiences and priorities. The meaningful involvement of people living with HIV is at the heart of all that they do. They work with communities that are both geographic and identity based. They are not a membership organisation; they are a network of interconnected individuals and organisations that is open to all. They build broad partnerships with individuals, organisations and institutions to increase their influence. Using the power of evidence-based advocacy, they challenge governments and global leaders to improve access to quality HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services.
HIV JUSTICE WORLDWIDE is a global coalition that campaigns to abolish criminal and similar laws, policies and practices that regulate, control and punish people living with HIV based on their HIV-positive status.
The HIV Justice Network (HJN) is the leading community-based non-governmental organisation building a co-ordinated, effective global response to HIV criminalisation.
Red Umbrella Fund is the first global fund guided by and for sex workers. Launched in 2012, Red Umbrella Fund joins together funders and sex workers in support of the human rights of sex workers.
APN+ was founded in 1994 at a meeting of 42 PLHIV from eight countries in the region. Today, more than 20 years on, APN+ celebrates 20 years of working in solidarity with their diverse and extensive PLHIV member networks across the Asia Pacific region. Their members are National level PLHIV networks from Asia Pacific region and countries where PLHIV network doesn’t exist they accept individual person living with HIV as key country contact in their membership.
#UequalsU – Undetectable = Untransmittable; U=U. This is a space to develop strategy, share ideas and resources, and support each other as we work toward sharing the groundbreaking news that a person living with HIV who has an undetectable viral load cannot transmit HIV.
The International Community of Women Living with HIV (ICW) is the only global network by and for women living with HIV. ICW speaks for and represents all types of women living with HIV. Through ten regional networks they operate in 120 nations. They are devoted to addressing the various forms of oppression that HIV-positive women face around the world. They maintain a bottom-up strategy in which the opinions of their members drive their agenda because they believe that the experiences of their members should inform what they do and how they do it.