Andrey Rylkov Foundation
for Health and Social Justice
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January 16th, 2017

The Andrey Rylkov Foundation distributes sterile needles to people who use drugs on the streets of Moscow. Now they are facing the Ministry of Justice which is accusing them of being “foreign agents”. Ivan Varentsov explains the case.


September 7th, 2016

Despite a growing HIV epidemic in Russia, groups working to prevent the spread of the virus are worried they will be blacklisted for taking foreign funding.


August 24th, 2016

About the work of harm reduction project in South Africa


June 13th, 2016

Even as a UN conference began last week in New York, taking up the subject of ending AIDS, a Kremlin-backed research institute claimed the West is using HIV and AIDS as part of an "information war" against Russia.


May 24th, 2016

Today we are happy to share the photos of our new minivan and report that it has moved our work to a new level – enabled us to stay longer hours, serve more people, bring more materials and provide better counseling. We are one very happy team!


October 23rd, 2015

We are glad to inform you that the film about our organization produced by our friends Peter Sarosi and Istvan Gabor Takacs from HCLU got the second price at the Health Rights Film Festival Audience Award this week.


October 18th, 2015

Our medical consultant Sonia Fedorova participated in the Lisbon Addictions conference and presented a poster about injection-related disorders among Moscow street drug users.


June 17th, 2015

Waiting with his rucksack full of clean syringes by a pharmacy in the Moscow suburbs, Maxim Malyshev is fighting a lonely battle on the frontline of Russia's spiralling AIDS epidemic....read AFP article about our harm reduction work on the streets of Moscow.


May 13th, 2015

While we expect to receive support within a new Global Fund HIV program in June – July, we need to hold out until then and at the moment our supplies are running low.


April 14th, 2015

Hungarian Civil Liberties Union filmed and published on Youtube a number of our friends and drug policy experts from different organizations and countries calling to support our work.