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Community participation in Global Decision-making Bodies. Don Baxter Co-Chair, Global Forum on MSM & HIV (2006 - ) Board Member, Global Fund To Fight AIDS, TB & Malaria (2011-14) Board Vice Chair, ICASO (International Council of AIDS Service Organisations

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Community participation in global decision making bodies

Community participation in Global Decision-making Bodies

Don Baxter

Co-Chair, Global Forum on MSM & HIV (2006 - )

Board Member, Global Fund To Fight AIDS, TB & Malaria (2011-14)

Board Vice Chair, ICASO (International Council of AIDS Service Organisations

Board Trustee, Asia Pacific Council of AIDS Service Organisations

Adviser, AFAO International Programs


Outline

Outline

  • Introduction

  • Events & Agencies overview

  • UNAIDS and other UN agencies

  • Global Fund

  • Other influential agencies

  • Entry points for Civil Society

  • CS Global networks

    • “Policy making is Messy; Iterative - and an Acronyms Jungle”


Events

Events

  • UN High Level Meetings

    • 2001; 2006; 2011; 2016

    • UN General Assembly

    • Negotiated Declaration

    • 2011 set ambitious targets; named KAPs

    • CS in some delegations

  • International AIDS Conferences


Entry points for cs unaids

Entry points for CS - UNAIDS

  • UNAIDS

    • Partners: including WHO; UNDP; UNFPA; UNODC

    • PCB = Program Coordinating Board

    • Countries (22); Partners (11); CivSocDelgation

    • Meets 2 x year (2-day meetings)

      CivSoc Delegation:

    • 10 Members; 3 year terms

    • Global Calls for Expressions of Interest

    • Communications Focal Point

      • Currently Malu Marin (7 Sisters/APN+ based in Bangkok)


Entry points for cs global fund

Entry points for CS – Global Fund

  • Board

    • 20 Constituencies (10 Donors; 10 Implementers)

    • 3 CS Constituencies (each with Board + Alternate):

      • Communities delegation

      • Developing Countries delegation

      • Developed Countries delegation

      • Various sizes (15-50); email contact/teleconferences;

      • 15 members can attend board meetings – 2 x year

      • Communication Focal Points

  • Active engagement in GF Committees and and advisory groups


Other decision making bodies

Other Decision-making bodies

  • Gov’t ‘global’ programs:

    • US PEPFAR; UK DfID; France; Germany

    • Dutch; Scandinavian

  • Limited avenues for CS global input

    • some CS consultation


Global civ soc networks

Global Civ Soc Networks

  • Important entry points for individuals

  • Actively engaged with the decision-making agencies:

    • advisory groups /committees

    • consultation meetings

    • document review processes

  • Enable link from country to region to global


Global civ soc networks a selection

Global Civ Soc Networks:a selection

GNP+ Global Network of People Living with HIV

ICW (Int’l Community of Women Living with HIV)

MSMGF (Global Forum on MSM & HIV)

NSWP (Global Network of Sex Work Projects)

GATE (Global Action for Trans Equality)

INPUD (International of People who Use Drugs)

HIV Young Leaders Fund

ICASO (International Council of AIDS Service Organisations)

ITPC (International Treatment Preparedness Coalition)

GFAN (Global Fund Advocates Network)


Thank you

Thank you

Now for experiences at the country and regional level


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