Andrey Rylkov Foundation
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June 21st, 2017

If the Russian government does not allow for the Russian people to know the truth, if more funding isn’t given to the health sector, and if more people don’t overcome stigmatization, then HIV epidemic has the potential to become even more widespread.


June 7th, 2017

CNN on situation with HIV in Russian and on our harm reduction work in Moscow


March 9th, 2017

AFEW International, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, Andrey Rylkov Foundation, IDPC invite you to the side event within the annual meeting of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs to take place on Friday, 17 March 2017 in Vienna.


January 24th, 2017

On 17th of January, 2017, the Shadow Report in relation to the review of the 6th Periodic Report of the Russian Federation (E/C.12/RUS/6) was submitted on behalf of the Russian Public Mechanism for Monitoring of Drug Policy Reform to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR).


December 28th, 2016

“H.I.V. is not a personal problem, it is a social problem, and it should be solved as a social problem,” Elena Plotnikova, who works for the foundation, said as she handed out supplies. “The basic attitude of the government is: You made a bad decision and we are not going to help you.”


November 22nd, 2016

Epidemiologists have developed the means to stop HIV in its tracks, but Russia is barely listening


October 18th, 2016

Court declared the Rospotrebnadzor's decision to ban the presence of an HIV-positive citizen of Tajikistan in Russia as illegal


July 1st, 2016

On June 29, 2016, The Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, in accordance with the federal law “on non-profit organizations,” included our organization, the Andrey Rylkov Foundation for Health and Social Justice in its list of “foreign agents”.


June 21st, 2016

We are happy to share with you our joy of having a new tiny office - after we worked for seven years without one, we were finally able to rent one!


June 4th, 2016

The Russian government's policy focuses on treatment while neglecting prevention drives such as sex education in schools, with the number of people infected with the virus soaring as a result.