The EU HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis Civil Society Forum is open for new members working in the WHO European region for the term 2020-2022. Not-for-profit organisations that are based in the WHO European region and whose main activities are related to the prevention, outreach and awareness-raising, health support services, community services and/or other similar activities aimed at reducing the transmission or improving the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis (B and/or C) and/or tuberculosis are called to apply. If you have any questions, please do get in touch.

Here is the link to the call for application for CSF Membership 2020 – 2022: https://www.csfhivheptb.eu/Members

When you scroll down you’ll find the eligibility criteria and the link to the online application form. The deadline for application is the 5th of June 2020.

In the “About” section you find information about the background and terms of reference of the CSF.

Since its creation in 2005,  the EU Civil Society Forum on HIV/AIDS and since 2017, the EU Civil Society Forum on HIV, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis (hereafter CSF), has been instrumental in providing and sharing critical information and evidence; in undertaking joint actions and; creating synergies between its members. These activities have advanced policies and interventions improving the health and well-being of communities that are most affected by HIV, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis.

Until 2019, the CSF was hosted at the EC DG Sante Directorate, which selected members, financed and facilitated bi-annual face-to-face meetings. In September 2019, the European Commission decided to close down the EU Civil Society Forum on HIV, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis.

In autumn 2019, after receiving feedback from CSF members and observers on the value-added of the EU Civil Society Forum on HIV, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis, the CSF coordination team decided to re-launch the group, with an updated structure, operating mode and agenda to advance policies improving the health and well-being of the communities that its members serve. It will continue to work closely with the European Commission.