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Consortium on AIDS and International Development

The Consortium is a network of around 80 not-for-profit, faith-based and academic agencies. Based in the UK, with strong links to governments, international and multilateral agencies, the Consortium has been working at the heart of the response to HIV and AIDS for 25 years. Consortium members play a leading role in the formulation of policy and its publications reflect positions that have been developed through the network in its Working Groups and thematic meetings. We are also a partner to members and other agencies in the dissemination of policy findings and evidence-based research.

Our vision is to promote an effective global response to HIV and AIDS.

Our mission is to encourage, initiate and support collective action by UK civil society. To act urgently to stop AIDS.

How we work
The Consortium achieves its impact through its membership, which works directly with more than 130 million people worldwide, and by engaging decision-makers across the governmental, non-governmental and private sectors, by developing policy, identifying best practice, lobbying and conducting public campaigns.

We work with urgency to maintain UK leadership in the response to HIV and AIDS. With 9 million people still living without access to treatment, and funding for the vital work of the Global Fund on AIDS, TB & Malaria in doubt, our message has never been more urgent or necessary.

Current advocacy:

Discussions on a framework to replace the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are in full swing with a number of UN commissioned consultations providing recommendations on how the framework should be shaped. Intergovernmental negotiations will continue in 2015 when the new framework will be agreed upon.

In this paper, we set out our vision of a Post-2015 framework that works to benefit those living with and affected by HIV, AIDS and TB.

Our main position on the Post-2015 Development Framework: We are calling for a Post-2015 Framework that aims to end all HIV and TB-related deaths, prevent any new HIV and TB infections and eradicate all HIV and TB-related discrimination by 2030!

Further Information:

Consortium on AIDS and International Development