Call for Nominations for the Multi-Stakeholder Task Force for the 2021 High-Level Meeting on AIDS (HLM)
- 10.03.2021 12:23
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To facilitate civil society involvement in the HLM and ensure an open, transparent and participatory process, UNAIDS will form a Multistakeholder Task Force (MSTF) comprised of representatives from civil society and the private sector by end of March. The Task Force will advise UNAIDS, as the lead substantive UN entity, and through it, the Office of the President of the General Assembly, regarding the format, theme and programme of the multi-stakeholder hearing (MSH), as well as help identify speakers for the MSH and HLM plenary and panel discussions.
Task Force representatives will work with UNAIDS in developing key aspects of the High-Level Meeting. The role of representatives will be unpaid, but expenses and travel, if needed, will be met by UNAIDS.
Different constituency networks are being requested to use their own networks and selection processes to nominate individuals to be considered for the Task Force. Completed nomination form must be submitted through the following link https://forms.gle/cJjTVZi1k6n4p2Vz8.
The DEADLINE for nominations is 16 March 2021 at 18.00 CET. In case of questions, please send an email to email@example.com.
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