ICW is honoured and proud to be the only international network which strives to share with the global community the experiences, views and contributions of 19 million incredible women worldwide, who are also HIV positive.

ICW's Survival Kit available in Polish

A Positive Woman’s Survival Kit has been produced in English, Chinese, Arabic, French, Spanish and Russian, Urdu, Thai, Kiswahili, Portuguese and now Polish and distributed to thousands of women across the globe.

Stop HIV Criminal Laws, Leading AIDS Groups Say

Broad coalition denounces criminalization of HIV transmission

Dakar, December 6-Leading AIDS groups today denounced a trend in applying criminal law to HIV transmission, issuing ten reasons why criminalizing HIV transmission is bad for public health and human rights.

International Steering Committee (ISC) elections for Europe and Francophone Africa

The elections for seats for Francophone Africa and Europe have temporarily been postponed due to an insufficient number of candidates standing for election.

World AIDS Day 2008:

As the theme of this year's World AIDS Day is focusing on leadership, we at ICW are proud to introduce a series of interviews conducted with HIV positive women from across the world, many of whom are ICW members.

Twelve women share their most painful times, their resilience, their yearnings and their passions for change. The series of interviews were conducted at the International AIDS conference in Mexico in August 2008.

Human Rights Watch and the AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa report. Lesotho: Safeguard Rights in HIV Testing

Program for Widespread Outreach Was Underfunded, Incomplete and Ineffective

(Johannesburg, November 18, 2008) - Lesotho's drive to test all of its citizens age 12 or older for the virus that causes AIDS fell short of its goals, both in carrying out the program and in safeguarding the rights of those tested, said Human Rights Watch and the AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa in a new report released today.

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