At the age of 14 Tinashe was kicked out of home for being gay. At 17, he fled his country in fear of his life. This is his story.
We go behind the scenes of ‘Love a Positive Life’ to explore the importance of representation in personal storytelling.
Rape, physical assault and violence from intimate partners are common experiences faced by transgender women and hijras in India.
Young people are seizing the opportunity to make their voices heard.
In Uganda, Link Up has given thousands of young people vital access to HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights services.
19 year old Mariam from Uganda tells her story.
A sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) programme in Kenya and Uganda exceeded its target reach of men who have sex with men...
The accreditation system is how we guarantee standards and a shared sense of vision and values across the global Alliance.
Watch Daphine's film - a peer educator In Kampala, Uganda, inspiring others to live healthy, fulfilling lives.
Adapting SRHR services for women living with HIV and young people in all their diversity is critical to FP2020.
Case study: Linking up with Marie Stopes International to support young people most at risk of unplanned pregnancies, HIV & other STIs
A list of Link Up related activities at the International Conference on Family Planning 2016