Thematic report: Continuum of HIV care
In 2004, under the leadership of the Irish Presidency of the EU Council, countries came together and adopted the Dublin Declaration on Partnership to Fight HIV/AIDS in Europe and Central Asia. Since 2009, ECDC has been responsible for monitoring its implementation.
This report, structured around a four-stage continuum of care in order to provide an understanding of the effectiveness of national responses to HIV, summarises key issues related to the continuum of HIV care in Europe. It focuses on the EU/EEA, and identifies priority actions for improvement, drawing on 2015 surveillance data reported to ECDC and the WHO Regional Office for Europe, and 2016 Dublin Declaration monitoring data reported to ECDC by 48 countries.
Continuum of HIV care - Monitoring implementation of the Dublin Declaration - 2018 progress report
4 Feb 2019 - This report focuses on data findings on the continuum of HIV care submitted by countries in Europe and Central Asia for the 2018 round of reporting on implementation of the Dublin Declaration on Partnership to Fight HIV & AIDS in Europe and Central Asia.
Evidence brief: Impact of stigma and discrimination on access to HIV services in Europe
30 May 2017 - This evidence brief summarises information reported to ECDC by government representatives in 48 countries for Dublin Declaration monitoring in 2016.
Evidence brief: HIV and laws and policies in Europe
30 May 2017 - This evidence brief reviews the extent to which specific laws and policies may limit access to or uptake of HIV prevention, testing and treatment services for key populations – men who have sex with men, people who inject drugs, sex workers, migrants and prisoners – and highlights priority options for action.