Read how some of the civil society Observers to the 24th PCB perceived the meeting below.
Igor Mocorro, youth advocate and founder of Youth AIDS Filipinas Alliance (YAFA), gives his impression of the important points made in Michél Sidibe’s (Director of UNAIDS) statement to the PCB on June 24th, 2009.
Mat Southwell and Erin O’Mara attended the 24th PCB Meeting on behalf of the International Network of People Who Use Drugs (INPUD). They have put together a daily blog of the meeting to share their perspectives on how UNAIDS and the PCB work, their impressions of the meeting and the importance of it for civil society. Read their 5 day blog here!
Andrea Marino of the Foundation for Studies and Research on Women (FEIM), Argentina, shares her views on the inclusion of women’s rights organisations and networks in the development of the UNAIDS Action Framework : addressing Women, Girls, Gender Equality and HIV.
Alan Brotherton of the International AIDS Alliance shares an overview of the PCB meeting from the point of view of the Alliance’s policy team giving examples of how they were able to input into the meeting.
Igor Mocorro, youth advocate and founder of Youth AIDS Filipinas Alliance (YAFA), writes about the challenges facing migrants, including travel restrictions and the experiences shared by the speakers at the thematic session of the 24th PCB Meeting.
Suksma Ratri, Program Officer for the Task Force for Empowerment of Migrants Living with HIV and Their Spouses, CARAM Asia attended the 24th PCB Meeting as an Observer and put together a blog based on her daily experiences.