Are you involved in an HIV/AIDS related NGO or community group?
Is your organisation a member or partner of AIDS Action Europe?
Are you motivated to work towards a more effective response to the HIV, TB and viral hepatitis epidemics in Europe and Central Asia?

If so, apply now!

We currently have 3 vacancies in our Steering Committee for a 3-year term of 2021 – 2023, starting on 1. Jan 2021, 

AIDS Action Europe is governed by a Steering Committee of currently 9 persons composed by individuals from members of AAE. It acts as the governing body on all programmatic issues concerning policy, strategy, finance, monitoring and evaluation.

Serving on the Steering Committee is a significant commitment of time and effort (about 15 days yearly including 2 two-day face-to-face meetings with the Steering Committee and 7 conference calls), and although an unpaid position, the rewards are also significant. As a Steering Committee member, you will have numerous opportunities to become involved in key European and international challenges and emerging issues and to develop new relationships with Steering Committee members and AIDS Action Europe members from around Europe and Central Asia.

Read further about the criteria and Steering Committee Member profile here.

If you are interested and meet the criteria, please apply! Your application should consist of a letter explaining your motivation, your curriculum vitae, and a supporting letter from your home organisation, all in English.

Send your application by November 29, 2020 

The Steering Committee is striving to achieve a good balance on gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, HIV-status, expertise and geographical coverage. Applications from people living with HIV and representatives of other key populations, (gay men and other MSM, transgender people, sex workers, people who use drugs, people with migration experience, people with incarceration experience) are given preferential consideration.

Interviews for shortlisted candidates are planned for the period of Dec 12 to Dec 20, 2020. For further information, please see