These pages contain information about current key meetings and meetings of historical significance to the partnership.
Tuberculosis, Human Rights and the Law Judicial Workshop
June 24-25, 2016
Stop TB, KELIN and the University of Chicago are conducting a judicial workshop on TB, human rights and the law. The workshop aims to raise awareness of TB and the law and sensitize judges and other human rights and TB and HIV advocates in the region about the relationship between TB, human rights and the law, with a focus on international law and domestic jurisprudence from the region and around the world. This workshop will build on the success of the “TB, Human Rights, and the Law” judicial workshop we conducted in New Delhi, India on 19-20 December, 2015, and a KELIN, University of Chicago conference held in December 2014 titled “Building a Rights-Based Approach to TB.” Participants include members of the judiciary from East and Southern Africa, Australia, the US as well as people with TB, former TB patients, representatives from civil society and community groups, and legal, medical and public health experts.
Supporting Gender Equality and Human Rights Champion in Global Fund Country Processes
June 28-July 2, 2016
Co-hosted by APCASO and W4GF, Stop TB will conduct a workshop that will increase participant’s awareness of gender and human rights issues in TB. The workshop objectives are to increase the capacity of TB, HIV and malaria community and civil society gender advocates to engage in Global Fund and country processes to advocate for the inclusion of gender and human rights issues particularly related to TB. Participants include people living and/or affected by HIV, TB and malaria, and from key populations, in particular sex workers, transgender women, women who use drugs, and young women.