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Why the High Level Meeting on AIDS is Important - and how to get involved

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Community Mobilization Division, UNAIDS - 
Whether or not you usually follow UN processes, the High-Level Meeting on AIDS (HLM) this June is worth paying attention to.  In fact, it's one of the biggest advocacy opportunities on the horizon.

Why?  Governments from all over the world will meet and issue a statement of commitment (a "Political Declaration") on the global response to AIDS.  Hopefully this Declaration will set bold new targets for HIV treatment, prevention, human rights and investment.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 February 2016 10:09

Introducing ICAD and its Consortium's New IYIP Interns

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Through Global Affairs Canada's International Youth Internship Program (IYIP) , ICAD and its Consortium Partners (Help Lesotho, CAP/AIDS Network, Asian Community AIDS Service, Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention, LetsStopAIDS, WUSC and  HealthBridge Canada) are pleased to welcome a fabulous group of interns and to wish them happy and successful internships! We hope you will join us in following the adventures of this wonderful group of young Canadians through Development Voices: The ICAD Intern Blog.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 February 2016 09:24

DEADLINE EXTENDED - CALL FOR NOMINATIONS -- Stakeholder Task Force for the 2016 High Level Meeting on AIDS - please nominate BEFORE January 13 2016

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DEADLINE EXTENDED - CALL FOR NOMINATIONS - Stakeholder Task Force for the 2016 High Level Meeting on AIDS

 

Deadline: 15 January 2016, 15.00 ET (New York Time)

The President of the United Nations General Assembly (PGA) has requested the UNAIDS Secretariat to help convene a Stakeholder Task Force to support effective and active participation of civil society, the private sector, and other relevant stakeholders in the High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS to be held in New York from 8-10 June 2016.

The Task Force will report to the Office of the President of the General Assembly (OPGA) and provide an important link for civil society and all relevant stakeholders interested in participating in the High Level Meeting. Task Force representatives will work with UNAIDS and the OPGA in developing key aspects of the High Level Meeting. The role of representatives will be unpaid but expenses and travel will be met by UNAIDS. (see annex 1 for ToR) or download here.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 January 2016 13:59

Press Release: NGO Delegation to UNITAID Applauds Medicines Patent Pool Move into Hepatitis C and TB

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11 November 2015 - NGO Delegation to UNITAID 

  • MPP funder, UNITAID, approves new work to address lack of TB medicines
  • Negotiations with pharma on HCV voluntary licences expected soon

The NGO delegation to UNITAID has warmly welcomed the news that the Medicines Patent Pool, a public health focused organisation which facilitates generic production of affordable HIV medicines, has been given a mandate to broaden its work to negotiate generic licenses relating to hepatitis C (HCV) and tuberculosis (TB).

Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 November 2015 15:51

International Aboriginal Youth Internship (IAYI) initiative

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Calling on Indigenous Youth: Join the International Aboriginal Youth Internship (IAYI) Initiative

Hey Indigenous youth across Canada ages 18 to 35! The Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN) and Interagency Coalition on AIDS Development (ICAD) want YOU to join the International Indigenous Youth Internship (IAYI) Initiative!

This is a chance for you to spend 5 months working with an organization in another country, with all of your travel costs covered.
 

Why should I apply?

  • It's an amazing opportunity to do something positive not just for your community but that will make a difference across the world
  • It's a way to build solidarity with other Indigenous peoples/nations/communities
  • You'll get training and skills building that will be useful in lots of different situations
     
Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 January 2016 15:02

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