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An Advocacy Guide for Policy Change Around MSM Health
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Author(s): Esom, K., MacInnis, R., Nibogora, B., Mbote, D., Olson, R.U., West-Slevin, K.

Primary Language: English

Date: 9/1/2015


Based on the UTETEZI Project curriculum, Advocacy for Improved Access to Services for MSM: A Workshop Curriculum for a Multi-Stakeholder Policy Advocacy Project, this advocacy for policy change guide is designed for use by MSM (men who have sex with men) groups, community-based organizations (CBOs), civil society organizations (CSOs), and individuals working in HIV and MSM health to help them advocate regionally, nationally, and locally for improved HIV and health-related MSM policies. In particular, this guide can serve as an important tool for CSOs working on MSM issues in hostile legal environments.

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