During 2015, UN Plus conducted a qualitative study on the experiences of UN staff members living with HIV. In the study, 13 HIV-positive staff members of different grades, nationalities, duty stations, gender and sexual orientations were interviewed about their experiences of working in the United Nations system. Based on the interviews, the study analyzed numerous challenges staff members living with HIV currently face in the system and presented them as five case studies. Furthermore, it recommends policy options and possible interventions to improve the UN work environment for people living with HIV.
The executive summary is available here for download. The full report will be made available soon.