29 July 2012
The OST programs in Ukraine have to satisfy the needs of its patients
OST patient from Ukraine: “We, the OST patients are the best experts in how this program should work, the state must listen to us and take to consideration our needs”
Drug users in Russia: “Stop ingnoring us, stop violating our rights!”
The lies transmitted by the Russian government makes people die everyday and soon there will be nobody to provide treatment to in Russia….
27 July 2012
Interview with Eka: “Women IDUs in Georgia exist! And they have equal rights, just like any other women”
Georgian leader of women who use drugs is convinced women have to stand up and fight for their rights
Interview with Koka Labartkava: “Georgia has to change an approach to drug policy and ensure human rights for drug users”
Georgian repressive drug policy has proved its inefficiency. If there will be no Global Fund we are left without hope
19 July 2012
Watch our interview with Dasha Ocheret, from the Eurasian Harm Reduction Network, Lithuania.
“Delegates of AIDS 2012 have to know how cancellation of 11 round of Global Fund funding affects life of a mother, a young person in Eastern Europe and Central Asia and what needs to be done fast to give these people hope.”
17 July 2012
Watch Hanna Dovbakh, one of the co-organizers of the Kyiv AIDS Forum speak about the event’s major outcomes. Hanna is a member of the International AIDS Alliance in Ukraine.
17 July 2012
Watch harm reduction activist, Olena Kucheruk, speak about consequences of repressive drug policy and human rights violations among the populations at risk in Ukraine – issues that she wants to be raised at the XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C.
Olena Kucheruk is the IHRD Program Officer at the International Renaissance Foundation in the Ukraine.