Global Systemic Evidence Review: Getting to the Heart of Stigma

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USC IIGH, in collaboration with the USC Southern California Evidence Review Center, is carrying out a comprehensive systematic review of tools, measures and interventions designed to address and mitigate against the harmful impacts of HIV-related stigma and discrimination. This will create a solid evidence base to inform practical action to address stigma and discrimination, and support people’s health and well-being at global, national and subnational levels. 


Focus Area:

Sexuality, Gender and Rights

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