In order to strengthen the UNAIDS capacity to effectively support member states, civil society and other partners worldwide, the UNAIDS Human Rights and Gender team invites eligible and interested experts and legal professionals with demonstrated experience in human rights programming, health and HIV, to submit their application to be included in one or several of the Roster categories listed below.
These resource people may be retained by UNAIDS to (1) support countries to scan their HIV-related laws, policies and practices and/or (2) develop proposals, support the implementation, monitoring or evaluation of human rights programmes relating among others to the following:
1. Reduce stigma and discrimination;
2. HIV-related legal services to facilitate access to justice and redress;
3. Advocate and monitor law reforms, regulations and policies related to HIV;
4. Enhance/Promote/Raise legal literacy (“know your rights”);
5. Sensitize law-makers and law enforcement agents;
6. Train health care providers on human rights and medical ethics related to HIV;
7. Reduce discrimination against women in the context of HIV.
Terms of Reference is attached.