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Youth Speak Out on Sustainable Response to HIV/AIDS

July 21, 2010

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For more information on this session, including access to speaker presentations, please see the conference Programme-at-a-Glance.

This special session will discuss challenges for youth organizations dealing with HIV/AIDS. Sustainable funding and accountability of young people, youth leadership and participation as well as human rights related issues will be discussed. The session aims to discuss and increase the impact of youth work and youth participation in the HIV/AIDS response. Monitoring and evaluation and securing funds for advocacy activities and campaigns will be addressed as well as the involvement of young people, especially of YPLHIV, young drug users and other most at risk groups. This interactive session will include lively discussion among all delegates, especially young people.

Chair:
Karina Neuhofer (Austria)

Presentations in This Session:

Challenges for the Youth -- HIV Movement: Accountability of Young People
ydney Hushie (Ghana)
Programmes Coordinator, South Secretariat of the Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS based in Accra Ghana
Activitist, Coalition in Africa, Asia and South America

Challenges for the Youth -- HIV Movement: Sustainable Funding
Caitlin Chandler (United States)

Challenges for the Youth -- HIV Movement: Youth Leadership and Participation
Remmy Shawa (Ghana)
Zambian Youth Fellow, UNAIDS

Challenges for The Youth -- HIV Movement: Human Rights and Most At-Risk Groups
Chantale Kallas (Lebanon)
Regional Development Coordinator, Youth R.I.S.E.

Youth Speak Out on Sustainable Response to HIV/AIDS (.mp3)


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