We hosted the first webinar of our project on the Community-Led Monitoring (CLM) of the Dublin Declaration on Partnership to fight HIV/AIDS. Expert speakers joined to discuss the role and development of the Dublin Declaration and its community-led monitoring: 


  • ECDC, Anastasia Pharris, From the Dublin Declaration to the SDGs: Monitoring the response to HIV in European and Central Asia
  • UNAIDS, Dominic Kemps, CLM Guiding Principles
  • GNP +, Cedric Nininahazwe, The Role of community monitoring: the global perspective
  • Positiiviset ry, HivFinland, Sini Pasanen, Involvement in the Monitoring of the Dublin Declaration: Perspective of the community-led organisation from Finland

Key takeaways included the critical role of CLM in improving the quality of life and upholding human rights of for people living with HIV, as well as the quality of health services. The importance of multi-sectoral collaboration was highlighted, recognising the need for community-led organisations, state and health authorities, and clinical specialists to work together to improve national HIV responses.


Below you can find the recordings of the webinar as well as the presentations of the speakers



This project has been made possible with the provision of a financial grant from ViiV Healthcare