Webinars and Survey on Health Related MDGs after 2015
GNP+ in collaboration with ICSS, SAA, ICASO and UNAIDS would like to invite you to participate in a consultation process to ensure that knowledge and experiences of key populations and communities affected by HIV will help shape the post-2015 development goals.
January 8, 2013 - GNP+ in collaboration with ICSS, SAA, ICASO and
UNAIDS would like to invite you to participate in a consultation process to ensure that knowledge and experiences of key populations and
communities affected by HIV will help shape the post-2015 development goals.
We believe that your participation in this process is essential to protect gains that have been made and to scale up the response to HIV
in the coming years! Concretely we invite you to:
1. participate in one of the Webinars that are being organized, so that you can be informed about the process and about what is at
stake for us, and
2. participate in an online Survey which will help us to collect your feedback and input for the overall consultation process.
Your information will help to shape input that world leaders will discuss at the United Nations General Assembly in September 2013.
The webinars will provide you with background information regarding the UN process and how we can influence this process. Advocacy has been
a driving force in innovating the global response to HIV and health in general. Concrete internationally agreed targets have been key in
mobilizing countries, communities and funding. There is a real risk that the new development health goal(s) will not be ambitious
enough to win the fight against HIV.
The webinar will also explain the main relevant questions that have been put forward in the consultation process. The webinar will take
place on six dates for (max.) one hour (see below). You can join the webinar via www.readytalk.com. You will be able to see the
presentation and listen to the audio via this website.
Log in using Participant Access Code 3318019.
Please block one of these dates & time slots in your calendar and register via the link below the respective date.
January 9: 8 am NY, 1 pm UK, 8 pm Bangkok
January 14: 8 am New York, 1 pm UK, 8 pm Bangkok
January 15: 8 am NY, 1 pm UK, 8 pm Bangkok
January 16: 8 am NY, 1 pm UK, 8 pm Bangkok
To log on to one of the webinars, at the time of a session either:
1. Go to www.readytalk.com and log on as a Participant by entering Access Code 3318019 OR
2. Click on the following link: https://core.readytalk.com/prt?an=8667401260&ac=3318019
As an alternative, you may connect via telephone: U.S. & Canada Toll-Free: 800 734 8583,
International Toll Participants: +1 212 231 2908.
You can dial-in to the toll free number via Skype. If you need an alternative dial-in number or if you have any questions, please contact Raoul Fransen: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Post 2015 Survey
The Survey will build on the main consultation questions, but seek your feedback on a more detailed level regarding sub-questions that
relate to your specific knowledge and experiences at country level and/or from key affected populations and communities.
The Survey is available now so that you can review the kind of questions beforehand. You can complete the Survey at any time convenient
after the webinar, but we kindly ask you to complete the Survey before January 20 at the latest. The survey can be viewed
Please do not hesitate to contact Raoul Fransen if you have any questions at email@example.com in case you have any questions.
We look forward to your participation in this critical consultation
The Global Network of People Living with HIV
(in collaboration with ICSS, SAA, ICASO and UNAIDS)
Source: Webinars and Survey on Health Related MDGs after 2015
The Global Network of People living with HIV (GNP+) is the global network for and by people living with HIV.
GNP+ advocates to improve the quality of life of people living with HIV. Driven by the needs of people living with HIV worldwide, GNP+
supports people living with HIV through their organisations and networks. GNP+ works to ensure equitable access to health and social
services, by focusing on social justice, rights and more meaningful involvement of people living with HIV in programme and policy
development - the GIPA principle. www.gnpplus.net
More information please contact
GNP+ Martin Stolk, Communications officer,
by email firstname.lastname@example.org )
or phone +31-20-423 4114
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