National Resource Center on Women and AIDS Policy
In 1987, the Center became the first national feminist organization to address the self-defined needs of women living with HIV/AIDS. The Center has been a leader in addressing the full range of issues facing women in the epidemic and in developing research, policy analyses, programs, and advocacy strategies to bring women’s voices to public policy debates.
- The Women's HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Facing the Fact (2009)
- Telling the Story: an Evaluation and Replication Report – The Metro DC Collaborative for Women with HIV/AIDS (1999) by Leslie R. Wolfe, Wendy Smooth, Rose Ann Renteria, and Brynn Gaberman. This final report of the Collaborative will help local groups nationwide to adapt and replicate the Collaborative model in their own communities. The report describes the elements of the model and then "tells the story" of how the Collaborative evolved and built its model.
- Building a Woman-Focused Response to HIV/AIDS: Policy Recommendations from the Metro DC Collaborative for Women with HIV/AIDS (1999) by Belinda Rochelle and Leslie R. Wolfe. This report includes policy recommendations on improving women’s access to comprehensive woman-focused services and on reaching underserved women with HIV/AIDS – including incarcerated women and women ex-offenders, young women, battered women, lesbians, rural women, and immigrant women.
- Inaccessible Miracles?: Women's Access to HIV/AIDS Medications (1999) by Lisa Bowleg, Leslie R. Wolfe, Edna Amparo Viruell-Fuentes, and Rosa Castañeda. This report of the Center's survey research with women living with HIV/AIDS examines factors that promote or restrict women's access to HIV/AIDS medications, including protease inhibitors.
- Building a National Policy Agenda: Ten Principles for Woman-Focused HIV/AIDS Prevention (1996)
- Women and the Definition of AIDS (1992) by Kathleen D. Stoll