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EUROPACH – DISENTANGLING EUROPEAN HIV/AIDS POLITICS: ACTIVISM, CITIZENSHIP AND HEALTH

Project aims: To explore how the past is mobilized in the unfolding of activism, health policy and citizenship in Europe. It will unravel the entangled histories that have informed national and transnational engagements with the epidemic by focusing on the HIV/AIDS policies of varied European networks and institutional bodies (ex. the EU, WHO or European health advocacy organizations), and of four countries that together embody Europe’s transient borders: Germany, Poland, Turkey and the UK.

Project leader: Humboldt University Berlin (Germany)

Main partners: Goldsmiths University of London, University of Basel, Jagiellonian University, ADIS Action Europe, Deutsche AIDS-Hilfe, SIEC PLUS, T-DER, National Aids Trust, Justri, International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe (ICRSE), EuroNPUD, Hydra, IKGV, Kaos GL, Social Aids Committee and ACT UP Oral History Project

EATG participation: No specific deliverables for EATG. Representation at workshops and meetings. Several EATG members contribute with interviews and reports

Duration: 36 months from 15 September 2016

Main funding source/programme: funded via http://heranet.info/

Budget: no funding for EATG, reimbursement of travel to project meetings

Website: HERANET/EUROPACH

EATG contact person(s): EATG Contact person(s): Mariana Vicente (Office) at mariana.vicente@eatg.org, Ian Hodgson (EATG membership)at hodgsonian@gmail.com  and Frank Amort (EATG membership) atfrank.amort@gmail.com

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