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Welcome to the EU HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis Civil Society Forum

The Civil Society Forum (CSF) has been established by the European Commission as an informal working group to facilitate the participation of non-governmental organizations, including those representing people living with HIV/AIDS, in policy development and implementation and in information exchange activities. In 2017, the Forum was extended to viral hepatitis and tuberculosis organisations. 

Core Thematic Areas

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Affordability of and accessibility to medication and diagnostics

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Community based voluntary counselling and testing

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Health system strengthening

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Sexual and reproductive health and rights

including access to combined and comprehensive prevention

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Tackling legal barriers

in the response to HIV, TB and hepatitis including criminalisation of HIV non-disclosure, exposure and transmission

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Tackling stigma and discrimination

Meetings and Activities

June 2019

The 29th EU HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and Tuberculosis Civil Society Forum

March 2019

Reply from the European Commission on EU Civil Society Forum reaction to EC Reflection Paper on SDGs

February 2019

Civil society welcomes European Parliament push for a more ambitious EU health budget in 2021-2027

February 2019

Health and sustainability ambitions betrayed as European Commission’s mandate comes to an end

November 2018

The 28th EU HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and Tuberculosis Civil Society Forum

November 2018

Civil Society Involvement in Drug Policy Conference 2018

A Europe free of AIDS, TB and viral hepatitis - and no one left behind

The Civil Society Forum on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and viral hepatitis