The historical website

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15 years of improving access to HIV-prevention, treatment and care for migrants

The need to address the issues of migration is not new in Europe. AIDS & Mobility has for fifteen years encountered the challenges of discrimination and stigma. Across Europe an expanding network of experts and motivated partners has been built.  This report promotes best practice and reflects on migrants' health as a key issue in integration.

Co-funded by the European Union under the Programme of Community Action in the Field of Public Health 2003-2008 / Executive Agency for Health and Consumers.
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