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EU Civil Society Forum on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and viral hepatitis

22ed civil society forum

The HIV/AIDS Civil Society Forum (CSF) is an informal advisory body established by the European Commission.

Purpose: the EU Civil Society Forum on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and viral hepatitis is a body supported by the European Commission to facilite the involvement of civil society in policy and programme making. It seeks to provide a platform for mutual learning and strategic thinking to improve policies and their implementation; to strengthen advocacy for the rights of key communities living or affected by these infections; to contribute to the empowerment of community groups. A delegation of the CSF takes part in the so-called Think Tank, the mirror structure with government representatives. It meets in person twice a year.

Coordination: Correlations, Eurasian Harm Reduction Network, European AIDS Treatment Group, AIDS Action Europe, TB Europe Coalition/Global Health Advocates

Partners: 40 members representative national organisations and regional networks

Duration: March 2017- end of 2019

Website:  http://www.aidsactioneurope.org/en/civil-society-forum

EATG contact(s):  Ann Isabelle von Lingen (office), Nikos Dedes (EATG member representative), Andrej Senih (Alternate EATG member representative)

Website: http://ec.europa.eu/health/sti_prevention/hiv_aids/civil_society_forum/index_en.htm

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