Posted by Maria Codina on May 13, 2019 at 10:59 am
The Global Partnership for Action to Eliminate all forms of HIV-related Stigma and Discrimination (Global Partnership) was launched in December 2018 and is now entering in its implementation phase.
The co conveners of the Global Partnership comprised by UN Women, UNDP, GNP+ and UNAIDS with the support of the NGO delegation to the UNAIDS PCB, is inviting individuals, groups and/or organisations with proven expertise addressing HIV-related stigma and discrimination in healthcare, education, workplace, justice, household, emergencies and humanitarian settings, to become members of the technical working groups of the Global Partnership.
It’s a call to partners committed to addressing HIV and human rights to support countries translating commitments into measurable policy change and programmatic interventions that will result in the enjoyment of HIV-related rights by all and the implementation of commitments established in the 2016 Political Declaration.
The open call for expression of interest will be managed by the co-convener’s group comprised by UNAIDS, UN Women, UNDP and GNP+.
The final selection of the membership will be carried out by co-leads of each working group based on the standard terms of reference and criteria listed above.
Interested organizations, groups or individuals are requested to submit an expression of interest and include the following documents:
All applications should be submitted to email@example.com with the subject line – Global Partnership Civil Society- TWG Membership before 22 May 2019.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and results will be announced by 30 May 2019 in GNP+ webpage.
This process is being led by GNP+ and the NGO delegation to the PCB who are conducting an open call online. You can find the call for expression of interest (EOI) in the GNP+ official webpage: https://www.gnpplus.net/become-members-of-the-technical-working-groups-of-the-global-partnership-for-acton-to-eliminate-all-forms-of-hiv-related-stigma-and-discrimination/