On 3 June TAC, SECTION27 and partners are marching in the Free State. We are marching to ensure that the necessary steps are taken to ensure that the Free State meets the targets set under the National Strategic Plan (2007-2011). Also we are marching to ensure that the updated treatment guidelines and HIV Counselling and Testing (HCT) campaign are properly implemented at a provincial and district level.
National government has shown the political will to address the HIV epidemic. This must be translated into political will and action at a provincial and district level.
The Treatment Action Campaign, SECTION27, the Social Justice Coalition, Community Media Trust and the Coalition Against Discrimination welcome the release and pardon of Tiwonge Chimbalanga and Steven Monjeza in Malawi. The release of Tiwonge and Steven is an example of what can be achieved with coordinated global activism. These efforts must be sustained to promote and protect the rights of all LGBTI people.
The Treatment Action Campaign, SECTION27, the Social Justice Coalition, Community Media Trust and the Coalition Against Discrimination welcome the release and pardon of...Read more
TAC and partners announce universal access campaign. Read more about our campaign activities and why we are marching for expanded funding to meet universal access to HIV treatment, prevention and care. Also included are letters from TAC and partners to South African President Jacob Zuma, United States President Barack Obama and United States Vice President Joe Biden.
TAC and partners to march for universal access
- Africa wins every time you INVEST in HIV and TB
- Letter to President...
Leading activist organisations have condemned the cruel sentence by a Malawian magistrate imposed on Steven Monjeza and Tiwonge Chimbalanga, two men (one of whom is transgender and identifies as a woman) because they held a public engangement. They have been sentenced to 14 years in hard labour.
Steven Monjeza and Tiwonge Chimbalanga have been sentenced to 14 years in hard labour each. This is the maximum sentence that may be handed down. It follows their unjust conviction of “gross indecency and “unnatural acts”. Steven and Tiwonge have received this sentence because they are open...Read more