Creator: Justice and Women Charitable Trust

Description: South African rural women speak about the violation of their rights to confidentiality, counselling and consent when tested for HIV/AIDS by some South African clinics when women were pregnant. Further, some women describe how they were treated whilst in labour by hospital staff, with some women being sterilised without consent. Community stigmatisation of people living with HIV/AIDS made it difficult for women to speak to others or gain support to confront and challenge these violations.

Creator: KHAM

Description: This video is about barriers that Mr. Nezvat faces in accessing emergency healthcare. This problem is identified by paralegals in the Bregalnica region and registered in a database with a minimum of 20 other cases. In this video, Nezvat and his wife speak about how they were rejected by medical personnel and how they suffered from inhumane treatment.

Creator: Association for Supporting the Marginalized Workers (Star-Star)

Description: This video was produced for the project "GMT Mobilization and Integration to Improve the Secondary Healthcare" and fully supported by the GMT Initiative Community Award at the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR). This project is a unique initiative of Macedonian sex workers, which implements activities aimed at the male population, including gay men, men who have sex with men, and transgender sex workers, as well as their clients of Macedonian, Albanian and Roma nationality.

Creator: Sexual and Health Rights of Marginalized Communities Coalition

Description: The video follows the story of one young drug user that is a patient at the Center for Substitution Therapy. Since the centers for drug addiction treatment in Skopje are full, he has to travel to another town to get his medicine (methadone). With this individual story, the video opens the topic of access, availability and quality of medical services for drug users.

Creator: Center for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance Amalipe "AMALIPE"

Description: This film presents efforts of community monitoring in healthcare services by Center Amalipe in Bulgaria and with the financial support of Open Society Foundations. This model follows the methodology of community monitoring through the so called ‘community inquiry’, including periodical (twice per year) consultation with local communities about the quality of health services they receive. The results show that this method works successfully for the mobilization of local communities to solve issues in the field of healthcare. All activities are accompanied by the work of juvenile and female groups, which is an important part of both community mobilization and advocacy activities.

Creator: Center for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance Amalipe "AMALIPE"

Description: This film presents Advocacy Camp 2014 and students from the Roma Health Scholarship Program in Bulgaria. The scholarship program for Roma students in medical universities provides an opportunity for young, educated and highly motivated young Roma to develop their knowledge and professional experience in the healthcare field. In 2009, the pilot program in Bulgaria supported a total of 23 students in medical universities and colleges. In the second year, 57 students were supported. In the academic year 2011-2012, 80 young people received support for training in medicine and other medical specialties.

Creator: Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (HCLU)

Description: HCLU's video advocacy group traveled to Vancouver to for a visit to Insite, the only legally operating injecting facility in North-America. When we arrived to Hastings Street, Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, where Insite is located, the magnitude of the street drug situation was immediately evident. Hundreds of marginalized people are virtually homeless, due in part to the worsening conditions of cheap and crowded group homes. Most people come from other parts of Canada, where the climate is colder and there are no services like Insite.

Creator: Kenya Legal and Ethical Issues Network on HIV and AIDS (KELIN)

Description: The video is about a case on Mr. Daniel Ng’etich, Mr. Henry Ng’etich and Mr.Patrick Kipng’etich Kirui who were arrested on 12 August, 2010 for having severally defaulted on their prescribed medical treatment for TB. They were remanded in the police cells with other accused persons. Daniel and Patrick were arraigned before the Principal Magistrate at Kapsabet court. Due to his very poor health condition, Henry was taken to the Kapsabet County Hospital. Mr. Zachariah Maina Bett, a Public Health Officer in Nandi County, swore the affidavit that formed the basis for the magistrate’s order of confinement in prison of Daniel and Patrick for a period of eight months. The two were released after serving two months following interventions from civil society organisations. Enjoined to the case are various individuals and organisations including Mr. Daniel Ng’etich, Mr.Patrick Kipng’etich Kirui; KELIN; The Attorney General, The Principal Magistrates Court Kapsabet and The Cabinet Secretary – Ministry of Health, Republic of Kenya.

Creator: Sonke Gender Justice

Description: Vincent was raped by two gang members in an overcrowded cell in a Western Cape remand detention facility. This was his very first sexual experience. Vincent asked for help from nurses, wardens, priests, social workers, and even a magistrate who all rejected him and told him to expect this treatment in prison. He only received medical attention three years after he was raped when he was sentenced, and learned he was HIV-positive. Vincent calls on the Department of Correctional Services to stop this from happening to others, and encourages survivors to speak up. Vincent feels stronger than before, and says “I know I have a purpose in this life."

Creator: Centro de Estudios para la Equidad y Gobernanza en los Sistemas de Salud (CEGSS)

Description: This film highlights the work being done to empower rural indigenous communities in Guatemala to participate in health planning and undertake community monitoring to demand accountability from public health authorities.

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