The Global AIDS Strategy is a new approach to use an inequality lens to ensure that the gaps that are preventing progress towards ending AIDS are closed. The Strategy aims to address the specific factors that have slowed progress and caused the response to fail the people who are most vulnerable to HIV, especially those who are experiencing social, economic, racial and/or gender inequality. This strategy is guided by human rights principles, norms and standards, commitments to achieve gender equality, and approaches that put communities at the centre of the global response.
Unequal gender norms limit the voice of women and girls, reduce their access to education and economic resources, stifle their civic participation, and contribute to the higher HIV risk faced by women in all their diversity.
Join W4GF to
- Understand the gender targets and commitments of the Global AIDS Strategy and advance on implementation
- Find out how to advance women’s leadership role in the global HIV response and to implement the Strategy.
- Discuss what is preventing women from benefiting from HIV services and ensure that advocates get on track to ending AIDS by 2030
- Why gender assessments are essential, key recommendations and lessons learnt.
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This webinar will take place on Monday, 24 October 2022 at 15h30 (CET)
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