Making Waves is a loose collective of women providing each other with mutual support and connection internationally, and working together for common aims in relation to gender equality, HIV and sexual and reproductive rights. It is not a funded network, but a platform for mutual exchange, sharing, collaboration and amplification of the work done by … Continue reading Welcome to Making Waves
By Fiona Hale The coronavirus crisis has proved just how quickly major changes can happen when the stakes are high. But in contrast to the fast pace of change we are seeing in the current crisis, ‘the science’ of HIV as it affects women has moved at a glacial pace, and there are still huge … Continue reading When will policy and evidence catch up with lived experience?
By Jane Shepherd At the end of my road, I usually turn right towards the beach. I naturally gravitate towards the sea and away from the city. But before lockdown and the government sanctioned daily exercise, I rarely walked to the sea (I rarely did a daily walk to be honest). Instead, I used to … Continue reading Going around in circles: peer support in a pandemic