Access to HIV care – Migrants’ access to treatment and care in Russia, Turkey and Sweden
Migrants are defined by UNAIDS as a vulnerable group when it comes to HIV. Social factors, stigma, difficulty in accessing support and services and other structural problems constitute barriers and create health inequalities. Russia, Turkey and Sweden have different healthcare systems, political climates and demographics. How do these three countries differ when it comes to migrants’ access to HIV care and treatment? Are the challenges the same?
Posithiva Gruppen invites you to a webinar where experts who have worked and done research in this field give an overview of the situation in each country and discuss what we can learn from each other.
Open for all
Register via https://bit.ly/ACCESSTO
The webinar will be held in English with simultaneous interpretation to Swedish.
The webinar is organized by Ali Aliyev and Vladimir Grichishkin, European Solidarity Corps (ESC) volunteers in Posithiva Gruppen’s Positive Solidarity Project 2023. The ESC programme is funded by the EU, and you can learn more about PG’s ESC project here: www.posithivagruppen.se/esc.
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