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While governments and international bodies negotiate the language of “ending AIDS,” people living with HIV, key populations, and activists on the ground continue their struggles for access to health care – including treatment access – and for human rights protections. In this workshop, activists from three continents share successful advocacy tactics in accelerating treatment access, reducing drug stock outs, fighting for sexual and reproductive health and rights, and ensuring meaningful participation of civil society. Speakers report back from the 2016 High Level Meetings (HLM) on HIV and AIDS and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Through interactive dialogues and trainings, participants leave with an understanding of how to use the HLM Political Declaration and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in advocacy.

11:00
WEWS0101
Welcome and introduction
Chris Collins, UNAIDS, Switzerland
Laurel Sprague, HIV Justice Network, United States
11:05
WEWS0102
TAC stock out campaign
Anele Yawa, Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), South Africa
11:10
WEWS0103
Treatment advocacy
Bactrin Killingo, International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC), Kenya
11:15
WEWS0104
UNGASS AIDS Forum Experience leading to the SDGs
Alessandra Nilo, Gestos, Brazil
Slides
11:20
WEWS0105
Cross-movement collaboration and the HIV Response
Maria Lourdes Marin, 7 Sisters, Thailand
11:25
WEWS0106
Questions and answers
11:45
WEWS0107
Group discussion
12:15
WEWS0108
Closing remarks
Chris Collins, UNAIDS, Switzerland
Laurel Sprague, HIV Justice Network, United States