High Level Panel

11 Mar, 2014

Location: Conference Room 1 (CB) / UN Headquarters

High Level Panel

Linking HIV, Gender Equality and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, as part of the Every Woman and Every Child Initiative, and the Post 2015 Social Justice Agenda

Presenting a UNAIDS Advocacy Brief



Ms Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director, UN Women
Mr Michel Sidibé, UNAIDS Executive Director
HRH Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Member of the HighLevel Task Force on ICPD
Hon. Ms Nana Oye Lithur, Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Ghana 
Hon. Ms Clara Makungwa, Minister of Gender, Children and Social Welfare, Malawi
Hon. Mr Asoke Kumar Mukerji, Permanent Representative of India to the UN (TBC)
Ms Lourdes Bandeira,  Vice-Minister, Secretariat of Policies for Women, Brazil
Ms Fatima Bendida, El Hayet Network of PLWHIV, Algeria 

Moderator: Ms Nancy Mahon, Senior vice president M·A·C and EXD M·A·C AIDS Fund

RSVP: davtyanm@unaids.org  and buhaine@unaids.org

•Special Event Tickets (SETs) are required for those without UN Ground passes.
•SETs are available at 17:30 on 11 March, at the security gate at 47th Street & 1st  Avenue.
•Priority will be given to those who have RSVP-ed their participation.
•Extra tickets will be distributed on the first come first serve basis.


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