On the right(s) track


We work at multiple levels: we engage with community activists, health and legal professionals, UN staff, parliamentarians, the media and the public at large.

Salamander Trust is incorporated as a company limited by guarantee and as a registered charity in the UK. We are also registered for Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the UN (ECOSOC ).


Click this image to find out more about Salamander Trust

  • We conduct Training, Research & Advocacy based on Community Knowledge - we're on the RIGHT(S) TRACK
  • We highlight the views of those marginalised on the basis of their gender, age & sexual health status & enable them to express their own views;
  • We raise awareness of relevant issues through the development & dissemination of print & multimedia materials;
  • We make presentations, attend, promote & host meetings on these issues;
  • We support & work closely with related networks;
  • We also support the International Community Of Practice Network of over 1,200 contacts who are users of the "Stepping Stones" training programme on gender, HIV, communication & relationship skills, which was created by Salamander's Founding Director. They come from over 100 countries around the world.


Salamander Trust Podcasts
Advocacy Featured Podcasts

Welcome to THE WHAVE! Our podcast series is here! To subscribe to all the podcasts through iTunes, click here.  en français, cliquez ici | para español haga clic aquí NEW – April 2020 – The WHAVE podcast papers! Based on all our podcasts so far. To read the first, on funding grassroots women’s right’s organisations, […]



The WHAVE Podcast Paper #1: Fund What Works
Advocacy Featured

Issue #1 of The WHAVE Podcast Papers We are delighted to launch the first of four papers based on our The WHAVE podcast series. These podcasts have been made over the past year and feature many leading women living with HIV from different parts of their world. These papers synthesise their unique insights and experiences […]



Salamander Trust is delighted to work with many partners around the world, through our Stepping Stones International Community of Practice, through our research and through our global advocacy work. In particular, we have five official partners. These are as follows, in alphabetical order: