Webinar: Principles to guide engagement with communities and civil society in global health governance; August 2023
In 2020, STOPAIDS, Aidsfonds, Frontline AIDS, & Civil Society Sustainability Network (CSSN) published a report titled ‘HIV, Universal Health Coverage, and the Future of the Global Health Architecture: A civil society discussion paper on key trends and principles for evolution‘. The report collated some of the experiences of the HIV movement and suggested what lessons and principles might inform the development of the global health architecture going forward, including the meaningful involvement of civil society and communities in global health governance.
Last year, consultations were held to hear feedback and experiences across the broader global health architecture. Since then, representatives of the civil society and community delegations of the global health institutions have come together to establish a taskforce to further develop a clear set of principles for the meaningful involvement of civil society and communities in global health governance.
During this webinar, the latest version of these principles was presented with a discussion on how they can be further strengthened. You can find the recording of the webinar below: