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Advocates expose U.S. failures to address HIV stigma and discrimination and propose an anti-stigma empowerment tool based on community research.
November 27, 2013 New York, NY - The United States People Living with HIV Stigma Index may well be the most ambitious community-based research project ever undertaken to measure HIV Stigma and discrimination nationally, and it also has the benefit of empowering communities of people living with HIV, according to a report published by the project's National Steering Committee.
You can read more including the report and accompanying press release from the advocacy page (listed under "Stigma Index") on the Global Network of People Living with HIV, North America, website: http://gnpplusna.appspot.com/advocacy.html
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The Dominican Republic is the first country where the index is being implemented. Article drawn from poster presentation at the Mexico AIDS Conference 2008.
In Mexico Field work began in May and ended September 2010, interviews took place simultaneously in 9 cities.
The steering committee has been established and a launch meeting is taking place to further develop the sampling strategy and best approach for the USA implementation of the PLHIV Stigma Index.