Request for Proposals for civil society or community organizations to support the roll-out of the Community Rights and Gender Strategic Initiative, during 2017-2019, in one or both of the following categories: Civil society and community organizations to provide peer-to-peer short-term technical assistance for civil society and community engagement in Global Fund and related processes; Civil society and community organizations to host a Regional Platform for Coordination and Communication.
Please share with your networks. Proposals are due 29 May 2017.
The RFP is available in English , French , Spanish and Russian .
Please take part and help us spread the word on this campaign! The NGO Delegation is organizing #TheUNAIDSWeNeed, a social media campaign to drum up awareness on the ongoing process of rethinking the new UNAIDS operating model. This is also an opportunity to visually send messages to UNAIDS Secretariat, Co-sponsors, and Member States on what the global HIV community and civil society expect and envisage of the UNAIDS new operating model. For this campaign, we would like to request you to share photos of you and your colleagues and community partners holding signs with messages that respond to the hashtag. You can use A4 size paper or other sizes – … Read more →
Dear friends and colleagues, On April 28, 2017, UNAIDS will conduct a Multi-stakeholder consultation to discuss the findings and recommendations of the Global Review Panel (GRP) on the new Operating model of the UNAIDS Joint Programme. The NGO Delegation has been actively engaged in the GRP process and consulting with key community and civil society partners, especially in providing inputs into the review process and recommendations. In preparation for the Multi-stakeholder consultation, the Delegation solicited inputs and comments on a 10-Key Messages document to the GRP. The Delegation appreciates and acknowledges the substantial feedback that many of you have provided and we have adopted as many of the edits as … Read more →
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 →
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 38th PCB meetin g
Thank you Mr. Chair. Dear Secretariat and member states:
The Canadian Positive People Network, a young, independent network of people living with HIV and HIV co-infections, along with the Interagency Coalition on AIDS Development, a Canadian coalition of organizations, individuals and stakeholders from the labour, faith, and HIV and development sectors, and ICASO, a Canadian organization that acts as a global policy voice on HIV issues that impact diverse communities around the world, would like to … Read more →
38th UNAIDS PCB Meeting, Geneva Thematic Session on the Role of Communities in Ending AIDS by 2030 Panel 1: Shaping the Debate with Robin Montgomery, ICAD Executive Director Moderator Question to Robin: What have been the strengths and the challenges of working in a broad coalition to advocate on domestic and global AIDS policy, and how can these diverse civil society groups be better supported in their advocacy? Talking Points INTRO: An intriguing question. To help contextualize, I thought it would be interesting to quickly consult also with other coalition-based organizations on their thoughts and So, in my comments today, I am speaking on behalf of the International Council of … Read more →