The Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA), in collaboration with the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+), the International Network of Religious Leaders Living with and affected by HIV (INERELA+) and UNAIDS, has launched a survey to “to gather information to develop and strengthen opportunities for dialogue between networks of people living with HIV and religious leaders, faith-based organisations, and faith communities at country level.” The survey is a folow-up to the outcomes of the March 2010 High Level Religious Leaders’ Summit on HIV.
The deadline for input in 17 February 2012.
To complete the 20 minute survey, visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7LBPBRZ.
The survey aims to gather:
- priorities for joint action
- details of past or current collaborations/dialogues and lessons learned
- Recommendations for future work
- Other related information or thoughts
The survey is intended especially for:
- People living with HIV
- Religious leaders
- Religious leaders living with HIV
- Members and staff of networks of people living with HIV
- Staff or representatives of faith-based organisations
- Members of local faith communities and organisations
- Those with practical experience in the role of religious leaders and faith communities in the response to HIV
All information gathered will be kept confidential and anonymous.
To read a background on the High Level Religious Leaders’ Summit on HIV, visit the EAA’s dedicated page.