Articles & Press Releases
The ERNA network is glad to invite RCRC National Societies to a virtual Side Event scheduled on Friday the 16th of April, at 14.10 (CET), during the 64th session of the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs entitles: “Moving beyond the divisions, in order to develop humanitarian drug policy: the role of the Rome Consensus…
Global HIV & AIDS statistics — 2020 fact sheet
Access to hepatitis C testing and treatment for people who inject drugs and people in prisons — a global perspective
Overview WHO estimates that 71 million people worldwide were chronically infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV) in 2017. Globally, 23% of new HCV infections and one in three HCV deaths are attributable to injecting drug use (PWID). HCV is also a major concern for people detained in prisons and other closed settings – available data…
GENEVA, 8 October 2020—Drawing on 40 years of experience from the AIDS response, UNAIDS is issuing new guidance on how to reduce stigma and discrimination in the context of COVID-19. The guidance is based on the latest evidence on what works to reduce HIV-related stigma and discrimination and applies it to COVID-19. Since the start…
Policy strategy of the European Network of social activities (Red Europea de Actividades Sociales) on HIV and Drug Addiction
ERNA shares the policy strategy of the European Network of social activities (Red Europea de Actividades Sociales) on HIV and Drug Addiction, written in December 1996.
“Psychosocial support for people with TB, HIV and viral hepatitis in the continuum of care in the WHO European Region”
ERNA would like to share the Report “Psychosocial support for people with TB, HIV and viral hepatitis in the continuum of care in the WHO European Region”
What are National Societies required do to combat resurging COVID-19 and potential second waves? Maintaining public health epidemic control measures is essential Ongoing reductions in cases and transmission are achieved precisely because of effective epidemic control measures — maintaining them is crucial to preventing further waves of cases.