40 th UNAIDS PCB Thematic Segment: HIV Prevention 2020: A Global Partnership for Delivery Panel: What is required for prevention scale-up Delivered by: Robin Montgomery, Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development (ICAD) I speak on behalf of the Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development (ICAD) – a Consortium of over 100 Canadian-based front-line and international development partners, community leaders and advocates. Thank you very much to our esteemed panelists and to the working group who have organized today’s very important thematic segment. One issue we haven’t heard about today – but yet constitutes a key driver of new infections around the world – is the growing level of HIV complacency. … Read more
For immediate release ICAD Welcomes Canada’s First Feminist International Assistance Policy and its Potential Impact on the Government’s Global HIV Commitments to Reach the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals 9 June 2017 (Ottawa) – ICAD applauds the much anticipated unveiling of Canada’s first feminist International Assistance Policy by Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, Marie-Claude Bibeau, targeting gender equality and women’s rights, including sexual and reproductive health rights, and initiatives that will make significant contribution to improving the health and lives of the most vulnerable. ICAD also congratulates Minister Bibeau on her strong leadership to ensure an inclusive International Assistance Review process from which this new feminist development policy has … Read more →
ICAD is happy to announce the launch of three new case studies on its Digital Liaisons microsite . Three HIV and sexual health organizations from around the world share the lessons they have learned from using social media in their work: APCOM (Thailand) turns to the community and its influencers to encourage men to Suck. F*#ck. Test. Repeat.; Health GAP (United States) adds Whatsapp and Twitter to its activist toolkit; Youth Engage (Zimbabwe) turns to social media to mobilize young people, and politicians.
Packed with practical recommendations, examples and tools, Digital Liaisons is a showcase for innovative and strategic uses of social media and ICT in HIV work. In the … Read more →
The Canadian HIV/AIDS Black, African, Caribbean Network (CHABAC) is pleased to announce the release of two new fact sheets focused on the HIV engagement cascade!
INFO SHEET #1: The HIV Engagement Cascade and African, Caribbean & Black Communities This is the first of two fact sheets focused on the HIV Engagement Cascade. The purpose of this fact sheet is to provide an introduction to the Cascade and its components, how it relates to the UNAIDS 90-90-90 Goal, and some key principles in addressing the gaps in the Cascade.
INFO SHEET #2: Interventions Along the HIV Engagement Cascade for African, Caribbean & Black Communities
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The UNAIDS PCB will be holding a thematic session on HIV Prevention 2020: A global partnership for delivery during its 40th meeting (June 27-29, 2017). The NGO Delegation to the UNAIDS PCB is seeking submissions from community and civil society partners to showcase good and evidence informed practice and programming that address the 5 core areas of UNAIDS Prevention Gap Report, including efforts to address the many social and structural drivers of the epidemic. We are strongly encouraging examples from Canada. Please share this broadly within your networks and contact Robin Montgomery (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Trevor Stratton (email@example.com) if you are interested in making a submission. Application details are found below. … Read more →
…his incredible contributions didn’t stop at the lab. He played a role that is so critical for scientists– he was a powerful advocate. ICAD joins the global HIV community in mourning the loss of Dr. Mark Wainberg, whose scientific and political contributions to the HIV field have been profound. “Dr. Wainberg leaves behind a legacy of tremendous contributions in the field of HIV, human rights and advancing the health and wellbeing of women,” says Robin Montgomery, ICAD Executive Director. “Dr. Wainberg’s scientific contributions were pivotal in changing HIV from a deadly disease to what is now, for many people, a chronic manageable disease. But his incredible contributions didn’t stop at … Read more →
ICAD Webinar Digital Liaisons: Lessons learned from using social media and ICT in HIV work Thursday, March 23 at 1pm EDT How are social media and ICT being used to promote sexual health and to engage individuals and communities in the response to HIV?
This one-hour webinar features a presentation of key lessons learned from the development of ICAD’s Digital Liaisons website and an interactive discussion with representatives of two of our featured case studies. Learn from the experiences of others by hearing how community-based organizations are using social media and ICT in interesting and innovative ways. Check out ICAD’s Digital Liaisons website here: http://digital-liaisons.icad-cisd.com .
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Javier Bellocq (GNP+) and Christian Hui (CPPN) share key outcomes of the 3rd Positive Leadership Summit (LIVING 2016) held in Durban at AIDS 2016 and leading concerns and priorities moving forward, including the funding gap in the HIV response, legal barriers, meaningful community engagement, and the shrinking space for civil society. Facilitators: Julian Howes, GNP+ and Robin Montgomery, ICAD Hosted by: the Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development (ICAD), the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) and the Canadian Positive People Network (CPPN) . Resources referenced in the discussion: Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS: On the Fast-Track to Accelerate the Fight against HIV and to End the … Read more →
- [MPP Statement] The Medicines Patent Pool Publishes 2017 Prioritization Report Targeting New HIV and Hepatitis C Medicines for In-licensing March 1, 2017 The Medicines Patent Pool released its 2017 prioritization report today selecting five HIV and two hepatitis C compounds for potential licensing agreements. The annual medicines priority report, traditionally reviewing MPP’s…
- Where is the urgency?: Inching towards a business as usual approach to Ending AIDS by 2030? ICAD makes an NGO Statement December 6, 2016 39th UNAIDS PCB MeetingJoint Statement by CPPN, ICAD and ICASO on the Unified Budget, Results and Accountability Framework (UBRAF)Dear Secretariat and member states:This is a joint statement by the Canadian…
- NGO Observer Statement - Update on the AIDS Response in the Post-2015 Development Agenda October 26, 2015 UNAIDS PCB – Statement Agenda Item 2 Update on the AIDS response in the Post-2015 development agenda 26 October 2015 - UNAIDS PCB Meeting, Geneva, Switzerland Thank you Mr.…
- Civil Society and Community Advocacy: Breaking Down the Structural Barriers of Effective HIV Responses. ICAD makes an NGO Statement. December 6, 2016 39th UNAIDS PCB Meeting Joint Statement by The Canadian Positive People Network (CPPN), the Interagency Coalition on AIDS & Development (ICAD) & ICASO Follow-up to the thematic segment from the…
- NGO Observer Statement - UNAIDS Strategy 2016-2021 October 27, 2015 27 October 2015 - 37th UNAIDS PCB Meeting, Geneva, Switzerland Tough times call for strong leadership from UNAIDS That is the view of a coalition of civil society organisations, including…
- NGO Observer Statement: UNAIDS Strategy 2016-2021 October 27, 2015 27 October 2015 - 37th UNAIDS PCB Meeting, Geneva, SwitzerlandTough times call for strong leadership from UNAIDSThat is the view of a coalition of civil society organisations, including ICAD, which…