Dublin Declaration monitoring - 2014 progress

Following ECDC’s 2010 and 2012 progress reports, a new series present the main findings, discuss key issues, and assess the progress made since 2012 in Europe’s response to HIV. ​The thematic reports and evidence briefs summarise key issues and priorities for action in Europe. It draws on country data reported to ECDC for Dublin Declaration monitoring and UNAIDS global reporting in 2012 and 2014 and surveillance data reported by countries to ECDC and WHO Europe since 2004.

2014 Progress Reports

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Thematic report: Sex workers, 2014 progress report

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Thematic report: Prisoners, 2014 progress report

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Thematic report: People who inject drugs, 2014 progress report

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Thematic report: Migrants, 2014 progress report

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Thematic report: Men who have sex with men, 2014 progress report

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Thematic report: HIV continuum of care, 2014 progress report

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HIV testing in Europe: evidence brief, 2014 progress report

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HIV prevention in Europe: evidence brief, 2014 progress report

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HIV data: evidence brief, 2014 progress report

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HIV and treatment: evidence brief, 2014 progress report

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HIV and men who have sex with men: evidence brief, 2014 progress report

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HIV and leadership: evidence brief, 2014 progress report

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10 years of Dublin Declaration

From Dublin to Rome: ten years of responding to HIV in Europe and Central Asia

This brief summarises what has been achieved since the Dublin Declaration in 2004, considering areas where there has been less progress and establishing priorities for future action.