Positive Voice is the Greek Association of People Living with HIV. The Association was founded in 2009 with the aim of defending the rights of people living with HIV, combating the spread of HIV/AIDS, as well as limiting its social and economic impact in Greece. According to its Statutes, in order to achieve its purpose, the association works to ensure better prevention and information practices, as well as social care services for people living with HIV/AIDS and vulnerable social groups. At the same time, it works for social acceptance, solidarity and support for these groups to address violations of their dignity and human rights. Its projects include the “Checkpoint” Prevention & Sexual Health Centers, the “Ref Checkpoint” center for refugees and migrants, the “Streetwork Project” and the “Red Umbrella” Empowerment Centers for Sex Workers.