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On-Line Consultation of Civil Society to Prepare the Annual NGO Report for UNAIDS
Please Consider Completing the Civil Society On-Line Consultation Survey for the UNAIDS PCB NGO Report to Be Presented June 2010

February 26, 2010

Each year, the NGO Delegation to the UNAIDS governing body (called the Programme Coordinating Board or PCB) submits a report to the Board. This is an important opportunity for us to present the unique perspectives of civil society on the developments and issues around the AIDS pandemic. Broad input from civil society informs the NGO report, particularly regarding key issues on the agenda, but also regarding persistent or emerging issues "on the ground."


This year, we anticipate that the June 2010 board meeting will include agenda items such as non-discrimination; men who have sex with men (MSM); and a thematic focus on sexual and reproductive health services linked to HIV.

We would like to get your input as we write this report. Please take a few minutes to complete this anonymous questionnaire, which is divided into three sections. The first section asks general information about you. The second section asks about how stigma and/or discrimination are impeding access to prevention, treatment, care and support. The third section asks about the programming of UNAIDS' (including the ten Cosponsors) to tackle stigma and/or discrimination in your country or region.

The Survey is currently also available in Chinese, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian and French. It will soon be made available in Thai, Burmese, Swahili and Arabic. The deadline is March 15, 2010.

Link to English Survey
Link to Portuguese Survey
Link to Russian Survey
Link to Spanish Survey
Link to French Survey
Link to Chinese Survey

Feel free to distribute to your networks.

Evan Collins
North American Delegate,

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