HLM2021AIDS - Multi-Stakeholder Task Force Member list

HLM2021AIDS - Multi-Stakeholder Task Force Member list

Representatives of people living with HIV, key populations and other affected communities selected to join the multistakeholder task force for the high-level meeting on HIV.

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See the full list of members below

  • Andrew Spieldenner, US PLHIV Caucus and MPact Global Action, United States of America
  • Souhaila Bensaid, MENA-ROSA, Tunisia 
  • Aaron Sunday, African Network of Adolescents and Young Persons Development and Association of Positive Youth Living with HIV in Nigeria, Nigeria 
  • Adilet Alimkulov, Kyrgyz Indigo, Kyrgyzstan
  • Jacqueline Rocha Cortes, MNCP National Movement of WLWA, Brazil
  • Phelister Abdalla, Key Affected Populations Health and Legal Rights Alliance, Kenya
  • Aleksey Lakhov, Humanitarian Action and Coalition Outreach, Russian Federation  
  • Judy Chang, International Network of People who Use Drugs, Italy
  • Sonal Mehta, International Planned Parenthood Federation, India
  • Yasmina Chan Lopez, Red Juvenil de AMUGEN, Guatemala
  • Alia Amimi, International Treatment Preparedness Coalition–MENA, Morocco 
  • Jacques Lloyd, Afrique Rehabilitation and Research Consultants NPC, South Africa 
  • Severin Sindizera, Indigenous Peoples Global Forum for Sustainable Development, Burundi
  • Angela Lee Loy, Aegis Business Solutions, Trinidad and Tobago
  • Jules Kim, Programme Coordinating Board nongovernmental organization delegation and Scarlet Alliance, Australia
  • Gideon B. Byamugisha, International Network of Religious Leaders Living with and/or Personally Affected by HIV, Uganda

Learn more about civil society participation in the HLM2021 on AIDS

This June, at the UN General Assembly 2021 High-Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS (HLM), communities of people living with, affected by, and at risk of HIV and civil society organisations are encouraged to participate. UNAIDS tasked GNP+ and Aidsfonds to represent and gather input from civil society members, which will be critical to the success of the HLM meeting and its outcome. We call on all our networks to join the #WeAreHLM movement and provide input. 

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