on Thu, January 17, 2013 at 01.30 pm
Lead Theme 3: Decision-making and accountability
The development landscape has changed considerably since 2000. Global and national systems of health measurement, accountability and governance were designed for a different era.
1. What changes to systems of decision-making, monitoring, evaluation and accountability are needed to guide efforts towards the end of the HIV epidemic in the Post-2015 development agenda?
2. How can we improve measuring progress and impact, particularly for different populations within countries?
3. How can we ensure a more powerful role for civil society in national decision-making
4. How can global health institutions better engage and represent the interests of the global South?
The moderators are:
|Michaela Clayton||Ed Attapon Ngoksin||Rotimi Sankore|
Michaela Clayton is the Director of the AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA), a regional partnership of civil society organisations working together to promote a human rights based response to HIV/AIDS and TB in Southern Africa. She is a human rights lawyer who has worked on HIV/AIDS and human rights issues since 1989 and is the co-chair of the UNAIDS Reference Group on Human Rights.
|Ed was born and raised in Thailand and educated in Russia. He previously worked for the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition on HIV treatment literacy and community mobilisation around access to treatment, care and support for people living with HIV. Previously he also served on the Programme Coordinating Board of UNAIDS representing NGOs from Asia-Pacific. He is now working at the Global Network of People living with HIV (GNP+) as the Key Populations Officer.||Coming soon.|