Materials from HIV Prevention Justice Alliance’s What the FOA is Going On? Webinar

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On September 21, 240 advocates participated in HIV PJA’s strategy webinar on the Center for Disease Control’s HIV prevention funding shift. The event’s panel included representatives from CDC, state and regional HIV/AIDS organizations, and prevention providers.

Click here for webinar agenda and background information on CDC’s Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) for HIV Prevention Programs in Health Departments.

You can view slides from the webinar here, or view the recording below.


9-21-11 HIV PJA Strategy Webinar – CDC Prevention FOA from HIV Prevention Justice Alliance on Vimeo.

Tuesday Reading Room: Three Perspectives on AIDS Advocacy

Viiv Healthcare recently hosted advocates from across the HIV/AIDS sector for their 12th Community Summit.  Here we have a sampling from a few of the events speakers covering a wide range of advocacy topics from non-profit lobbying rules to faith based organizing.

(Note: If you are on the Dose of Change home page, hit the ‘read more’ link to see all three sets of slides.)

John Peller – Director of Government Relations, AIDS Foundation of Chicago, Chicago, IL


Mixing It Up During Campaign Season: Bird-Dogging

Bird-Dogging is the art of publicly engaging candidates and elected officials on issues you care about. Here’s a brief overview of this great election season advocacy activity.

View the slides below or download the file and make it your own.

Political Strategy: Fun for Everyone!

Check out this recent presentation by John Peller, Director of Government Relations at AIDS Foundation of Chicago gave on incorporating political strategy into your advocacy work.  Press the play button to begin audio and the use the arrows next to the slides to follow along.

Download the slides as a PowerPoint file.

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