22 Apr 2020

EXTENDED: Call for Applications: Beyond LIVING – Life Force

NOTE: Beyond LIVING Life Force applications are extended for advocates from Latin America, the Caribbean, and MENA regions until Thursday, May 28th. No other applications will be considered at this time.

As a person living with HIV, do you have the lived experience, skills, and passion to guide an exciting and inclusive process and co-create an advocacy agenda? Our movement of people living with HIV needs you!

The Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) International Community of Women Living with HIV (ICW) and Global Network of Young People Living with HIV are joining forces to take the LIVING Summit into the beyond in an 18-month process called Beyond LIVING. We are excited to announce our call for application for people living with HIV to join our Life Force and need your help to find new, passionate, skilled activists.

As the global networks of people living with HIV we know that we are not on target to meet the promise to end AIDS by 2030. We are looking for fresh voices to help shape the Beyond LIVING progress to create and deliver a road map for our collective advocacy journey towards 2030. We want to recruit people living with HIV with lived experiences, technical expertise, and advocacy skills to form a Beyond LIVING Life Force that will provide the leadership and guidance for the entire process.

If you are excited by this opportunity and think this if for you, please read the Terms of Reference and complete the Application Form and submit by May 28th, 2020.

Send completed application to beyondliving@gnpplus.net please put Life Force Application in the subject title.

Please note no CVs or letters will be considered – all applications must use the form provided. We will get back to shortlisted candidates by early June 2020 and may contact you for further information. Due to the anticipated responses, we can only get back to those shortlisted.

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