Robin discusses how the architecture of AIDS has been fundamental to the successes over the past 30 years, and how the movement has much to teach the post-2015 environment in her chapter for the Alliance publication AIDS Today: Tell no lies and claim no easy victories the first edition of a new biennial publication that presents the global state of the civil society response to AIDS.

The principles of inclusion, justice and equity that led to the creation of this global movement must guide the future of the AIDS response, and support the wider bold ambitions of the post-2015 environment….

….The future response must build on the core foundations: the centrality of people living with HIV, the reach to all sectors, a laser focus on human rights, grounded in a public health paradigm, recognising the breadth and depth of impact of this virus, and with the nimbleness and flexibility to evolve and adapt. And these foundations are easily adaptable to other pressing priorities – notably maternal and child health – that have found themselves in the spotlight in the past decade.

Read the full chapter “The architecture of AIDS: building a movement, sustaining a response” here.