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AIDS Organizations Release Discussion Paper on Post-2015 Development Agenda

November 5, 2012

The International AIDS Alliance, in collaboration with the Stop AIDS Alliance and STOP AIDS NOW!, has published "a discussion paper to help the HIV community to engage in" discussions surrounding the post-2015 development agenda, the International AIDS Alliance's blog reports. "It is unclear at this stage how HIV and AIDS will be addressed in the new post-2015 development framework and the HIV sector could potentially lose out if HIV is not specifically addressed in it," the blog states. The paper addresses issues such as universal health coverage, human rights and equity, and financing, and it offers suggestions on ways to engage with consultations (11/1).

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