2016 ARASA Training of Trainers Call for Applications

Applications are open for the 2016 ARASA Annual Training of Trainers programme on HIV, TB and human rights advocacy. Deadline Fr…

No one must be left behind:

Prioritising HIV and Human Rights in the post 2015 development agenda: As governments meet in New York for the 2015 United Na…

Call for applications for online training course “Advocating on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, HIV and Human Rights”

This online training course will be conducted in English for a maximum of 30 participants, it will commence on 4 October 2015

ARASA launches a Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, HIV and Human Rights Advocacy Toolkit

The foreword, written by Edwin Cameron, Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa states that: "For those whose se…

Welcome to the 21st issue of the ARASA newsletter.

In this second edition of 2015, we give you a brief update on one of the most important dates on the ARASA calendar, the Annual …

KELIN: Health Cabinet Secretary given Seven Days to file a Response to the Petition challenging the Unlawful Arrest and Detainment of TB Patients

Constitutional and Human Rights Division Judge Justice Mumbi Ngugi has ordered that the Cabinet Secretary in Charge of the Minis…

A Sobering Review of Access to Routine Viral Load Testing in 12 Countries in Africa

International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) and AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) coordinated a rev…

ARASA, SAfAIDS and MANERELA+ to host for Regional Interfaith and Civil Society dialogue on the role of religious leaders in addressing human rights barriers to accessing HIV and TB services

In order to advance the inter-faith dialogue agenda, ARASA, SAfAIDS and MANERELA+ are jointly hosting a regional dialogue focusi…

Human Rights Analysis: North/South Disparity in HIV Treatment Standard of Care Must End

Denying Access to Early/Immediate ART Violates Rights, Opens States and International Organizations to Challenge A new analys…

The Utility of Criminal punishment as a means of preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS in the SADC Region – Judicial Officer’s perspective, Hon Justice Prof. OBK Dingake

Director of proceedings, I should commence my intervention this morning by expressing my sincere gratitude to the organisers of …