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Feb 4th, 2011 - 13:54:46
Task Force TOR_2010.pdf
Below is the information circulated on the Civil Society Taskforce and their
terms of reference
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From: Kieran Daly
Date: Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 5:47 PM
Subject: [aidsreview2011] CSTF members approved
To: aidsreview2011 (at) googlegroups.com
This is to inform you of the approval of the members of the Civil Society
Task Force (of the President of the UN General Assembly) for the
Comprehensive AIDS Review in June 2011,
They are as follows, with the related constituencies:
1. Inviolata Mbwavi, International Community of Women Living with HIV
(People living with HIV), Kenya
2. Murray Coombs, Dow South Africa (Private sector), South Africa
3. Lilian Abracinskas, Women and Health (Women), Uruguay
4. Iqbal Karbanee, Islamic Relief (Faith), Zimbabwe/South Africa
5. Erin OMara, International Network of People Who Use Drugs (People who
use drugs), UK
6. Joel Nana, African Men for Sexual Health and Rights (Men who have sex
with men), Cameroon
7. Zuzanna Muskat-Gorska, International Trade Union Confederation
8. Ajay Kumar Uprety, Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS (Youth), Nepal
9. Denis Goldevskiy, International Treatment Preparedness EECA (People
living with HIV), Russia
10. Svitlana Muroz, All-Ukrainian Network of People Living with HIV
(People living with HIV), Ukraine
11. Abdullah Denovan, Indonesian Network of People Living with HIV
(UNAIDS PCB NGO Delegate), Indonesia
12. Sheena Manikiwai, Survival Advocacy Network (Sex Workers), Fiji
Their contact details will be shared soon, once we have permission from
them to share publicly.
The CSTF members were approved by the President of the General Assembly
based on nominations from a selection committee. The selection committee
was formed based on nominations from the relevant constituency networks,
ensuring gender, regional and HIV status. The selection committee membership
includes the following:
Trade Union Confederation of the Americas
Latin America and the Caribbean
International Treatment Preparedness Coalition in EECA
Inter-Agency Coalition on AIDS + Development (ICAD)
PCB NGO Delegates
Asia Pacific Network of Sew Workers
Eastern Europe and Central Asian Union of PLHIV and GNP+
International Network of People who Use Drugs
People who use drugs
Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria (GBC)
Men Who Have Sex With Men
Poz Fem UK and WeCare+ (Women in Europe and Europe and Central Asia living
Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS (GYCA)
The selection process for the Task Force members was as follows:
1) Nominations were received through the various constituency networks
based on the requirements and Terms of Reference (TORs) of the Task Force
2) The selection committee reviewed the details of the nominations and
undertook a ranking based on the criteria in the TORs.
3) The committee then discussed and agreed to the 12 nominees, ensuring
balance of regions, gender, HIV status, and other key criteria.
Kieran Daly | Executive Director
International Council of AIDS Service Organizations
Mobilizing and supporting diverse community organizations
to build an effective response to HIV and AIDS.
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