CENTRE FOR LIFE ENDORSES “U=U” CONSENSUS STATEMENT

Centre for Life endorses the “Undetectable Equals Untransmittable” (U=U) Consensus Statement and becomes member of the growing community of scientific and social organizations, who recognizes that people living with HIV on Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) with an undetectable viral load in their blood have a negligible risk of sexual transmission of HIV (“NEGLIGIBLE” = so small […]

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GREEK OMBUDSMAN: THE RECRUITING INVITATION OF THE MFA IS CONTRARY TO THE PRINCIPLE OF EQUAL TREATMENT

Following Centre for Life’s referral regarding the exclusion of employees living with HIV from the recruiting invitation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Greek Ombudsman decided that it is contrary to the principle of equal treatment. More specifically, the Ombudsman examined an invitation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs concerning the recruitment of five […]

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2nd JOINT COURT OF ATHENS ADOPTS THE MESSAGE THAT A NON-DETECTABLE VIRAL LOAD RENDERS HIV TRANSMISSION UNLIKELY

A historic decision was issued unanimously by the 2nd Joint Court of Athens, explicitly adopting for the first time the message of the scientific community which states that a person living with HIV and who has undetectable virus load is untransmittable. More specifically, after the completion of the hearing process on 10.11.2017, the Court acquitted […]

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SIGNIFICANT INTERVENTIONS BY CFL AT THE 5TH PANHELLENIC MEETING “AIDS & HEPATITIS”

On Thursday 14 September, the first day of the 5th Panhellenic AIDS & Hepatitis Meeting, Mr. Apostolos Peltekis, Psychologist at the Centre for Life in Thessaloniki, presented a series of particularly interesting research findings from the pilot implementation of the program “HIV prevention program for senior high school students” during the previous school year 2016-17. […]

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Centre for Life in the “Walk Against Discriminations”

Day Against Racism- Monday, 21st of March 2017 “Walk Against Discriminations” Centre for life will walk along with NGOs, politicians, journalists, artists, and writers, recognized for their socially consciousness and active dedication to human rights advocacy. Time: 16 p.m. Meeting point: Syntagma Square, Greek Parliament (Tomb of Unknown Soldier) With the initiative of the Greek […]

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