The meaningful engagement of civil society is critical for successful responses to end AIDS and promote health and well-being for all. Shrinking civic space at the national, regional and international level blocks opportunities for civil society to advocate for health and human rights, monitor access to services, claim redress for rights violations or reach those left behind with health and legal support services.

This new UNDP discussion paper describes the current state of civic space and provides recommendations to strengthen it and civil society engagement in the HIV response.

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