The Consortium seeks to be as inclusive as possible, but certain minimum criteria for membership must be met. Members must agree to conform with the Articles of Association of the Consortium and commit to the Guiding Principles of the Code of Good Practice for NGOs Responding to HIV/AIDS. The benefits of full membership include receiving all Consortium papers and publications including our monthly bulletin. Members’ learning and networking can be enhanced through participation in quarterly and annual meetings, working groups and conferences. Members are also entitled to free copies of publications and have full voting rights within the Consortium. Members are asked to make a financial contribution, depending on their annual income.
Organisations which are not civil society organisations but would like to attend meetings, seminars and conferences can apply to be an observer. Observers receive the same information as members and are asked to make a financial contribution. They are not however members of the Stop AIDS Campaign and do not have voting rights.
Although membership is not open to individuals, the Consortium does not want to exclude those working independently who could contribute to and benefit from its information and networking functions. Individual Observers contribute £60 a year, receive information and can attend meeting, seminars and conferences.
How to join
If you wish to become a full member, observer, or individual observer, contact the Consortium Secretariat at email@example.com and we will send you the Articles of Association. Your application should include a brief description of how your work complements the aims and activities of the Consortium.