There are a few free seats for our trainings in Riga, Latvia (November 24-25) and in Belgrade, Serbia (December 10-11)

AIDS Action Europe is happy to launch its three regional trainings on affordability of medications.

The aim of the trainings is to build capacities of civil society organizations for the advocacy on universal access to treatment and affordability and pricing of medications. The trainings will help civil society organizations to better understand how prices of medications are formed, what the legal barriers to affordable medications are and where civil society organizations can play a role in advocacy for reducing prices of medications and ensuring sustainable and affordable HIV and co-infections care and treatment services.

The three trainings will be conducted in three European regions:

the Baltic States: Riga, Latvia – November 24-25, 2016 for Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania;

non-EU countries of Central and Southeast Europe: Belgrade, Serbia – December 10-11 for Albania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey;

and EU Countries of Central and Southeast Europe: Athens, Greece – December 12-13 for Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia (applications closed!)

in cooperation with our local partners: AGIHAS (Latvia); PRAKSIS (Greece); Network of Low HIV-Prevalence Countries (NeLP).

The trainings are designed for activists who work in the advocacy field with special interest in pricing and affordability of medications. The language of training is English.

Please apply by October 16, 2016 according to the attached call.

We only accept applications from the listed countries.

If you have any question, please feel free to contact the AAE Office at