Advocacy and Policy Resources

 

We speak for changes that could improve the lives of people with HIV and hepatitis C in BC.

We respond to issues that affect health and social outcomes of the people served by our member organizations. With over 40 member organizations across BC, we speak with a collective voice on issues that impact the health of people living with HIV and hepatitis C.

These resources provide insight into individual and community social justice issues we value.

 

Explore:

Meaningful Involvement of People with HIV 

Nothing About Us Without Us Principles

HCV Manifesto

U=U: Undetectable Equals Untransmittable

Drug Use and Overdose Response

Policy Change and Collective Action

HIV and the Law

HIV and Housing Toolkit

Human Rights Education Project Toolkit

World AIDS Day and World Hepatitis Day

 

Featured Reports:

Responding to the Overdose Crisis in British Columbia: A Rapid Assessment of Frontline/ Community-Based Organizations’ Capacity-and-Skills-Building NeedsPacific AIDS Network, 2017

Canadian Drug Policy, Supervised Consumption Sites & Provincial Response to the Public Health Crisis of Overdose DeathsPacific AIDS Network, 2016