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Breaking the barriers, bridging the gaps:
Health-inequalities, the HIV/AIDS response and
Political Leadership in the European Union

Brussels, Belgium 29 – 30 June 2011
Correlation Network II

Wednesday,  29 June 2011
(Park Inn Hotel Thalys-Eurostar Meeting Room)

Welcome and introduction to the seminar

Eberhard Schatz, Katrin Schiffer – Correlation II Network; Nicole
Heine, EATG

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Introduction to EU Policy Making: Examples from successful advocacy by public health groups – key factors for success Discussion

Presentation
Anne Hoël, European Public Health Alliance, EPHA

Introduction to HIV/AIDS EU Policy Making:
Commission, European Parliament, Executive Agencies
Discussion

Presentation
Nicole Heine, EATG

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Dublin Declaration Progress report and civil society involvement
Discussion

Presentation
Nikos Dedes, EATG

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Introduction to EU Drug Policy and civil society involvement
Discussion

Presentation
Maurice Gallà, DG Justice

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Human Rights based approach to the HIV/AIDS response
Discussion

Presentation
Arben Fetai, Stop AIDS Alliance

Moderated Discussion
How do HIV/AIDS relevant policies impact on the daily work of practitioners? How can advocates influence national and EU policies most effectively?

Bryan Teixeira, NAZ-Project, London

 


 

Wednesday, 29 June 2011
(Room P7C050 Paul-Henry Spaak Building, European Parliament, Brussels)

HIV/AIDS Correlation Policy Dialogue: Health inequalities, the HIV/AIDS response and Political Leadership in the EU - notes

On Wednesday June 29 the European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG) and the Correlation Network organised an HIV/AIDS policy dialogue at the European Parliament hosted by MEPs Marisa Matias (GUE/NGL, PT) and Elisa Ferreira (S&D, PT). The speakers included representatives from the European Commission, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), the EU HIV/AIDS Civil Society Forum as well as national HIV/AIDS coordinators. Please see below a summary of the debate.


>>> Parliament session notes and videos

 

 

Thursday,  30 June 2011
(Park Inn Hotel Thalys-Eurostar Meeting Room

From Recommendation to Action I: a report card as
basis for advocacy and an overall advocacy framework

Nicole Heine, Ana Lucia Cardoso, Andrew Lawday

From Recommendation to Action II: engaging the
media in advocacy

Presentation

Peter Sarosi, Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (HCLU)

Case study presentation – advocacy on entry and
residence restrictions

Presentation

Peter Wiessner, EATG Policy Working Group co-chair

From Recommendation to Action III:
Building Alliances – HIV criminalisation, antidiscrimination, harm reduction
Discussion with public health networks and networks of affected group

Presentation

From Recommendation to Action IV:
Developing advocacy plans - advocacy on national and European level

  • People who inject drugs
  • Migrants
  • Sex Workers
  • MSM
Facilitators:
Rubén Alonso, Ana Lucia Cardoso, Nicole Heine
  • Luis Mendao & José Queiroz
  • Bryan Teixeira
  • Justin Gaffney
  • Matthias Wienold

 

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