Additional resources:

Below is a list of selected resources for additional information on HIV-related stigma and discrimination in health care settings:

Aiming for a world with #zerodiscrimination in health, UNAIDS and WHO launched the Agenda for Zero Discrimination in Health Care on March 1st, 2016.

This was updated in 2017 to take stock of the Agenda one year on.

In 2016, UNAIDS produced a reference document on ‘Eliminating Discrimination in Health Care: Stepping Stone Towards Ending the AIDS Epidemic’.

A report of a meeting held in Geneva in 2015 on ‘Catalysing Global Action to Eliminate Stigma and Discrimination in Health Care’.

GNP+, supported by the ILO, published a briefing that provides a global snapshot of HIV-related stigma and discrimination impacting work, including health care settings, based on data from 2009-2011.

Zero Discrimination Day is recognized every year, and resources and materials are available on the UNAIDS website:

Please also find an active Google+ community here with links to resources from multiple stakeholders joined in action against stigma and discrimination in health-care settings. Highlights include civil society leadership in tackling stigma and discrimination, examples of United Nations organizations in action, events taking place globally, and more:

You can sign up to join this Google+ community to access the full range of documents and to stay abreast of relevant issues.