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Future Focus – AFAO

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Darryl O’Donnell, Executive Director of AFAO, outlines changes to the organisation and sets out its priorities for 2016/17. In this context, he invited input on AFAO's future policy work from from participants at AFAO's HIV and Mobility Forum on 30 May 2016.

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Future Focus – AFAO

  1. 1. Future Focus – AFAO Darryl O’Donnell Executive Director
  2. 2. AFAO in 2016/17  Funding changes are familiar for all of us in community-based organisations  Our international program will be larger  Our domestic program will be smaller  We will farewell some greatly valued staff
  3. 3. 2016/17 Structure Chief Executive Officer Deputy Chief Executive Officer Senior Campaigns and Policy Officer Senior Capacity Building and Projects Officer Senior Communications Officer Manager, Business Operations Business Support Officer Manager, Intenational Programs [Pending: 5FTE Sustainable HIV Financing in Transition Project]
  4. 4. 2016/17 Functional Priorities  Given AFAO’s reduced domestic funding in 2016/17, AFAO’s Board has set out functional priorities to guide the organisation’s restructuring and planning, covering: – Leadership and communications – Advocacy and influencing for change – Coordination and responsiveness – Policy and planning – Capacity building – International – Corporate
  5. 5. Leadership and communications  Leading the national conversation on HIV  Providing a public voice through reactive and proactive media presence  Communicating within AFAO’s membership and more broadly
  6. 6. Advocacy and influencing for change  Strengthening political support for Australia’s community HIV response  Educating decision-makers and the public about Australia’s response and its value  Stimulating and advocating for more assertive and effective government responses  Advocating for AFAO’s communities in forums and sector and government processes
  7. 7. Coordination and responsiveness  Coordinating issues and responses across community HIV organisations  Bringing together community representatives to share, plan and respond to issues  Identifying, interpreting, planning around and responding to emerging issues  Recognising and responding to gaps in Australia’s community HIV response
  8. 8. Policy and planning  Formulating and documenting policy positions  Influencing the planning and reporting of research, and supporting its translation  Protecting and strengthening the enabling legislative and policy environment for HIV
  9. 9. Capacity building  Developing workforce capability and sector capacity and supporting smaller AFAO members  Showcasing effective community practice within AFAO’s membership and more broadly
  10. 10. International  Developing and advocating strategic policy responses and interventions internationally and, particularly in Asia and the Pacific  Providing assistance and support to community groups and regional networks in Asia and the Pacific  Planning for AFAO’s future regional and international work program
  11. 11. Corporate  Providing for AFAO’s corporate infrastructure, including its governance, financial and human resources functions.
  12. 12. Working smarter, together  With reduced capacity, we will need to be smart and focused in what we do.  There are great examples of communities working together to maximise our resources: – Being collegiate and sharing – AFAO as a secretariat – Pooling resources – Other?
  13. 13. Working smarter, together  What are our needs at this time?  What opportunities exist for us to partner?  How can we leverage our shared intelligence, resources, good will and networks for our collective benefit?  What are your expectations of AFAO in this?