U.N.’s Zero Draft On Fast-Track To End AIDS Released To Public For Feedback, Input

Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks”: Draft of U.N. HIV political declaration released along with calls for comments
Antigone Barton, senior writer and editor of “Science Speaks,” discusses the release of the U.N.’s Zero Draft on the Fast-Track to End AIDS in the age of Sustainable Development, writing, “[T]he draft sets specific targets, while also calling for efforts that confront and reverse poverty, inequities, and discrimination that fuel HIV incidence and deaths. … The release of the draft opens a brief window for feedback and input with member states set to begin informal review and discussions of the draft April 25” (4/20).

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