The first ever European-wide HIV stigma survey is launched

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ECDC, EATG and AAE are conducting the first ever European-wide HIV stigma survey. The purpose of this survey is to ask people living with HIV across Europe and Central Asia about their experience of stigma.


Ending stigma is one of the core targets set out in the Sustainable Development Goals, and to date we are lacking region-wide measures to assess our progress towards reaching this goal. We aim to repeat the survey multiple times as we progress towards the goal of zero stigma and discrimination by 2030. The results from this survey will be used to inform decision and policy makers on the importance of addressing stigma and discrimination in our communities.


The survey is available online in more than 20 languages and takes about 10 minutes to complete.

Deadline: 31 January 2022


Ιn this online Google document you can follow the response rates by country. The sheet is updated every Friday.


Please find all the links below


CS: Czech
DA: Danish
DE: German
EL: Greek
EN: English
ES: Spanish
ET: Estonian
FI: Finnish
FR: French
HR: Croatian
HU: Hungarian
HY: Armenian
IT: Italian
KA: Georgian
LT: Lithuanian
MK: Macedonianto be decided
MT: Maltese
NL: Dutch
NO: Norwegian
PL: Polish
PT: Portuguese
RO: Romanian
RU: Russian
SL: Slovene
SQ: Albanian
SV: Swedish
TG: Tajik
TR: Turkish
UK: Ukrainian



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