For following are reports produced by other organizations that have set the context or informed the work of POSITIVE LIVING BC.
|2012||community-based research||The Community-Based Research (CBR) Capacity-Building Program presented by Positive Living BC is a provincial program bringing together BC AIDS Service Organizations and academic researchers. The Community-Based Research Facilitator brokers the relationship to ensure community interests...||1 May 2012|
|2011||Needs Assessment - Services for People Living with HIV in Vancouver||This project began with the question: What are the service needs of Persons Living with HIV (PLWH) in British Columbia? HIV disease is no longer a progressive illness that results in death. Since the successful introduction of combination antiretroviral therapy (ARV) in 1995, most PLWH can now look...||Download|
|1994||Paris Declaration||Following the launch of the "Denver Principles", the involvement of People With AIDS (PWA) was advocated almost entirley by themsleves. This changed in 1994 when 42 governments met at the Paris AIDS Summit and declared that the principle of Greater Involvement of People Living with HIV/AIDS (GIPA)...||Download|
|1983||Denver Principles||The 'Denver Principles' were drawn up during the Second National AIDS Forum at the National Lesbian and Gay Health Conference, held in Denver, US, in 1983. They were drafted by fourteen AIDS activists, mostly from San Francisco and New York, who met up at the conference. They stormed the closing of...||Download|
|1964||Hall Report||The 'Hall Report' was the outcome of the Royal Commission on Health Services, first announced by Prime Minister Diefenbaker in December 1960. The Commission began its work in June 1961 with Justice Emmett Hall, the chief justice of Saskatchewan, as its chair. Three years later, following extensive...||Download|