The Beirut Declaration ‘HIV and Injecting Drug Use: A Global Call to Action’ has now been endorsed by hundreds of organisations and individuals from every region of the world, and representing a wide range of interests, expertise and at-risk communities.

These include:

Individual endorsements (including Michel Kazatchkine, Executive Director of the Global Fund)

Development agencies (including CAFOD, Medecins Du Monde, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies)

HIV/AIDS organisations (including  International AIDS Society, International Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, International Council of AIDS Service Organisations, International HIV/AIDS Alliance, amFAR, AIDS Action Europe, BC Center for Excellence in HIV/AIDS)

Children’s organisations (including Save the Children UK, Consortium for Street Children, Child Rights Information Network)

Human rights organisations (including Penal Reform International, International Council on Human Rights Policy, Indian Lawyers Collective, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network)

Networks of affected communities (including International Network of People Who Use Drugs, Global Network of People Living with HIV GNP+, Global Forum on MSM and HIV)

Harm reduction organisations and networks (including International Harm Reduction Development Program of the Open Society Foundations, Eurasian Harm Reduction Network, Middle East and North African Harm Reduction Network, Asian Harm Reduction Network, Intercambios, Caribbean Harm Reduction Coalition, European Harm Reduction Network, Youth RISE)

Drug policy organisations (including Global Drug Policy Program of the Open Society Foundations, International Drug Policy Consortium, Drug Policy Alliance)

The list of endorsements grows daily.


A-Clinic Foundation (Finland)

Afghan Drug User Group

Africa Youth for Peace and Development (Cameroon)

AIDS Action Europe

AIDS-Free World

Alternative Georgia

amFAR - Foundation for AIDS Research (US)

Andrey Rylkov Foundation (Russia)

AntiAIDS Centre (Russia)

Asian Harm Reduction Network

Association Jump '93

Association of Substitution Treatment Advocates of Ukraine

ASUD French National Association for the Safety of Drug Users

Bhakti Nusantara Foundation (Indonesia)

British Columbia Center for Excellence in HIV/AIDS (Canada)

Cameroonian Network of Organisations of People Living with HIV (RéCAP+)

Canadian Drug Policy Coalition

Canadian Harm Reduction Network

Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network

Caribbean Harm Reduction Coalition

Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition

CASO Portugal

Catholic Overseas Development Agency (CAFOD) 

Center for Health Development Cayagan Valley (Philippines) 

Central Alberta AIDS Network Society (Canada)

Central Toronto Community Health Centre (Canada)

Canadian Harm Reduction Network

Children's HIV Association (CHIVA)

Child Rights Information Network (CRIN)

Christian Community Health Care Foundation (Cameroon)

Collectif Urgence Toxida (Mauritius)

Consortium for Street Children (UK) 

Dance4Life (Mexico)

Deutsche AIDS Hilfe (Germany)

Double Positive Foundation (Suriname)

Drug Policy Alliance (US)

European AIDS Treatment Group

European Harm Reduction Network (EuroHRN)


Eurasian Harm Reduction Network

Eurasian Network of People Who Use Drugs

Global Forum on MSM and HIV (MSMGF)

Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+)

Hadia (Afghanistan)

Health Poverty Action (UK)

Harm Reduction Coalition (USA)

Health Works (Australia)


HIV & AIDS Legal Clinic Ontario (Canada)

HIV/AIDS Coordinating Committee (Cambodia)

HIVictorious, inc (USA)

Hungarian Civil Liberties Union

Initiative for Health Foundation (Bulgaria)

Innovating Projects in Prisons (Moldova)

Intercambios (Argentina)

International AIDS Society (IAS)

International Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

International Council of AIDS Service Organisations (ICASO)

International Council on Human Rights Policy

International Doctors for Healthy Drug Policies

International Drug Policy Consortium

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

International HIV/AIDS Alliance

International HIV/AIDS Alliance Ukraine

International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD)

International Nursing Harm Reduction Network

Irish Needle Exchange Forum (INEF)

Jellinek Clinic Amsterdam (Netherlands)

John Mordaunt Trust (UK)

Khmer HIV/AIDS NGO Alliance (KHANA, Cambodia)

The Lancet (read the April 2011 editorial on the declaration)

Lawyers Collective HIV/AIDS Unit (India)

Le Kinkeliba (Senegal)

Makoko Youth Movement for Health

Malaysian AIDS Council

Medicins du Monde

Michel Kazatchkine (Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS Tuberculosis and Malaria)

Middle East and North Africa Harm Reduction Association (MENAHRA)

National AIDS Trust UK

National Association of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Nepal 

National Centre for Youth Development (Jamaica)

Nigeria Independent Youth Movement

Open Society Foundations (International Harm Reduction Development Program)

Open Society Foundations (Global Drug Policy Program)

Organisation for Harm Reduction in Afghanistan

Penal Reform International

PILCH Homeless Persons' Legal Clinic (Australia)

Point de Reperes (Canada)

Positively UK

Polish Drug Policy Network

Release (UK)

Rose Alliance (Sweden)

Save the Children UK

Social AIDS Committee (Poland)

Social Awareness Service Organisation (India)

Social Help and Research Organisation (Pakistan)

Soins Infirmiers et Developpement Communautaire (Lebanon)

STIGMA Foundation (Indonesia)

Street Lawyers (Denmark)

Swedish Drug Users' Union - Svenska Brukarforeningen

Syrian Arab Red Crescent (Syria)

Terrence Higgins Trust (UK)

The Way Home (Ukraine)

Transform Drug Policy Foundation

3D Research

TRIP! Project (Canada)

UK-CAB HIV Treatment Network

U.N. Youth Association of Sudan


Youth RISE

Youth Care International

Windham Harm Reduction Coalition (USA)


Western Region Health Centre (Australia)

Women's Harm Reduction International Network

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