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Ongoing: The HIV2020 Conference has been re-imagined as a series of 2-hour sessions that will take place online between the months of July and October. We will conclude HIV2020 by sharing our learnings and highlights from our virtual event on World AIDS Day 2020 in December. HIV2020 Online is a key population-led, inter-disciplinary, and sex-positive event which reflects messages of affinity, solidarity, and intersectionality. Sessions will range from topics such as increasing funding for community-led responses to HIV to linking HIV with…Find out more »
Deadline: 30 October 2020 The Paradigm Initiative (PIN) welcomes applications for its Digital Rights and Inclusion Learning Lab (DRILL). The successful applicants will work full time with Paradigm Initiative team members for 9 months starting from 1 March 2021 to 31 November 2021. As a mid-career fellowship, potential candidates will be expected to have had a minimum of 5 years’ experience as technology or social innovators, researchers, policy experts, and/or entrepreneurs. Fellows must have a relevant postgraduate qualification, be exceptional…Find out more »
Connecting Conversations: Adolescent and Youth Reproductive Health (Santé reproductive des adolescents et des jeunes) What does it really mean to offer youth-responsive care? (Que signifie réellement offrir des soins adaptés aux jeunes ?) What are the challenges to implementing good AYRH policies? (Quels sont les défis liés à la mise en œuvre de bonnes politiques pour la SRAJ ?) What are some good tools that can help us design and implement strong youth programs? (Quels sont les bons outils qui peuvent nous aider à…Find out more »
The Advocacy Accelerator (AAC) is pleased to host the first of our three-part “Advocacy Conversations” webinar series on funding and the practice of advocacy. During this series, the AAC will present insights from its recent survey on the impact of COVID-19 on the practice of advocacy. Register here. Meet our Panellists: Jeggan Grey-Johnson works with the Open Society Foundations’ Africa Regional Office (AfRO). He led the Anti-Corruption Cluster of Open Society Foundations’ (OSF) Africa regional office and is a founding…Find out more »
L’Accélérateur du Plaidoyer (AAC) est heureux de vous accueillir au premier de trois webinaires intitulés "Discussions sur le plaidoyer" sur le financement et la pratique du plaidoyer. Au cours de cette série, l'AAC présentera les résultats de sa récente enquête sur l'impact de la COVID-19 sur la pratique du plaidoyer. Inscrivez-vous ici. Voici nos intervenants: Jeggan Grey-Johnson travaille avec le Bureau Régional Afrique de l'Open Society Foundations (AfRO). Il a dirigé le Groupe Anti-Corruption du Bureau Régional Afrique de l'Open…Find out more »
In global health, the priority setting systems that have been created, the funding structures, and power dynamics have perpetuated inequities and left so many behind for so long. At every level, from intervention prescription to program design to implementation to policy, communities that are affected by health challenges are left out of the conversation. Join us for part 3 of an ongoing conversation on decolonizing global health. Nurse and midwife leaders will share their perspectives on what it will take…Find out more »
Register here: https://bit.ly/3kbd2aY The Women and Girls Summit (WAGS), which will take place on November 16-18, 2020, aims to prepare women of today and tomorrow to take on key leadership roles in all areas and across all industries to ensure that Africa realises its full potential. The summit will offer unique opportunities for participants to network with leaders and key influencers from across the world. It will provide a platform for women to voice their concerns and develop solutions to…Find out more »
4 p.m. CET (10 a.m. EST, 6 p.m EAT) Watch it here: www.SHFund.org or here: YouTube channel. No registration is required The Sanitation and Hygiene Fund to be launched on 17 November NEWS NOVEMBER 12, 2020 The Sanitation and Hygiene Fund will be launched during an online event next Tuesday. It is seeking US$2 billion over the coming five years to provide a 21st-century solution to the decades-old crisis on sanitation, hygiene and menstrual health. Currently, more than 4 billion people…Find out more »
How do power dynamics inhibit access to voluntary FP & RH care in East Africa? What policies can be put in place to improve the gender parity in this region? A webinar co-hosted by the Advocacy Accelerator and Amref's Institute of Capacity Development. Register here: https://t.co/aR8cCeZxkh?amp=1Find out more »
Deadline: November 13, 2020 Grant size: USD 10,000 - USD 100,000 ISDAO Grants Program: Strengthening West African Movement for Gender Diversity & Sexual Rights The Initiative Sankofa d'Afrique de l'Ouest (ISDAO) is pleased to announce a call for proposals for its 3rd grants cycle. ISDAO provides flexible funding to support the overall coordination, operations, and strengthening of a group, organisation, or network. ISDAO is a West African activist-led Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer and Intersex (LGBTQI) Fund dedicated to strengthening…Find out more »
24 November 2020 Please join Planned Parenthood Global for a discussion of what the recent U.S. presidential election results mean for our work and our partners' work advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights around the world. There will be simultaneous interpretation to and from English, French and Spanish. Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1z9BzXcVpb7NGuAiTQFx3SPfBPbw4h_fJlvxw3b4iu38/viewform?edit_requested=trueFind out more »
The WHAF 2020 Summit will launch and set the scene for the Aid Re-imagined Initiative, addressing the question of what issues specifically and realistically need to be addressed within the aid sector to make it fit for purpose. Some of the topics include: The future state of humanitarianism – what should aid look and feel like? The decolonisation of aid – shifting the power and political balance Local coordination and representation – true partnerships and capacity exchange Who is it for? Local,…Find out more »
multiple dates available for this training Do you believe that collective action can achieve great things? About this Event So do we! Collective Mind believes in the power of networks to foster collective action. To be effective and impactful, networks require certain capacities and must undertake a set of network functions efficiently. Join Collective Mind's "Networks 101" training to learn about our comprehensive framework for understanding networks and ensuring their impact. Collective Mind believes in the power of networks to…Find out more »