ACB individuals are at a significantly higher risk of HIV infection due to a complex mix of social, behavioural and biological factors. Within the broader ACB community, there are groups such as gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (GBMSM) and heterosexual women who are especially affected. These guidelines will shed light on the unique experiences, perspectives, vulnerabilities and risks associated with ACB community members, with a particular focus on GBMSM, heterosexual women and newcomers.
- People living with HIV
- Gay, bisexual and other (cis and trans) men who have sex with men
- African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) Communities
- Indigenous Peoples
- People who use drugs
- Women* (cis and trans women, including African, Caribbean, and Black, People who inject drugs, Indigenous women, and other women who face systemic and social inequities, are more likely to be exposed to HIV through a sexual or drug using partner)