Globally, HIV continues to disproportionately impact young people in all our diversity, yet we remain marginalised and relegated to the role of dependents in receipt of services rather than as autonomous actors. Time and time again, we have shown that we can innovate and lead HIV responses in our communities. The interventions we lead, andContinue reading “Statement: Youth Leadership to End AIDS – Getting the Response Back on Track”
The HLM Youth Guide has been developed by The PACT and UNAIDS to provide young people with information and guidance on what is and how to engage in the High-Level Meeting on HIV & AIDS that will take place from 8-10 June at the United Nations General Assembly. The intended audience of this Guide areContinue reading “The HLM Guide”
The United Nations General Assembly High-Level Meeting (HLM) on HIV and AIDS will take place between 8 and 10 June 2021. The HLM is a crucial moment for the HIV response as governments from around the world will review the progress made in reducing the impact of HIV since the last HLM in 2016 andContinue reading “Priorities of Young People for the HLM on HIV & AIDS Survey”
Good to have you talk to us, and welcome to The PACT interview series: can you tell us about yourself, maybe the ones we do not know yet. My name is Ali Raza Khan, a YPLHIV community member working for sexual and gender minorities and YPLHIVs in my local community and for YPLHIVs around the globe.Continue reading “From Pakistan to The PACT: Ali Raza Khan on Joining this Global Movement”
At The PACT, as a coalition of vibrant member organisations representing young people in all their diversity, we are committed to ensuring that decision makers are held accountable to their commitments to youth, and to supporting our member organisations to do the same. As an organisation committed to an intersectional approach to tackling the issuesContinue reading “DOWNLOAD NOW: The PACT 2021-2025 Strategy Launch”
It is important to disclaim that more up-to-date data and/or information regarding laws, accessibility of medication, discrimination or other insights are not as readily available for certain countries. Omission of detailed information does not necessarily indicate that the specific point is or is not prevalent in the country (e.g. lack of detailed information on legalContinue reading “HIV Laws and Policies: A Global Guide”
Good to have you talk to us, and welcome to The PACT interview series: can you tell us about yourself, maybe the ones we do not know yet.It is nice to be here. Thank you The PACT for inviting me for this interview series. A little about myself— I once wanted to be a professionalContinue reading “Amplifying Voices: 5 Minutes With Damilare Oyedele”
World AIDS Day, commemorated on the 1st of December each year, is an opportunity for people worldwide to untie and reflect on the fight against HIV, and to remember those who have died from an AIDS-related illness. It was founded in 1988, and was the first ever global health day. This World AIDS Day willContinue reading “World AIDS Day: 2020 Watchdog”
MTAG stands for Monitoring Technical Advisory Group, an expert body managed by the Strategic Information and Evaluation (SIE) Department on behalf of UNAIDS. The group has core membership of up to 20 members. The membership is upon invitation by UNAIDS, which considers in the selection the representation of key constituencies in AIDS response monitoring, includingContinue reading “The PACT’s Advocacy Lead, Itoro Ekanem Joins UNAIDS MTAG.”
From the 19th of October to the 6th of November 2020, the Adolescent Treatment Coalition and the Global Network of Young People Living with HIV present the yearly Intergenerational Summit. Being hosted virtually for the first time, the event will be presented in a different format, spread over 9 days, for 1 to 2 hoursContinue reading “The PACT as a Summit Partner at the Intergenerational Summit 2020”
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