Key Correspondents is a vibrant citizen journalism network hosted by the Alliance. There are more than 60 members in the network reporting from around the world.
Our correspondents come from a variety of backgrounds and include people who are living with HIV. They help document local realities, ensuring those most affected have an opportunity to tell their story.
The network’s aim is to connect members with policy makers and key stakeholders to advocate for social and policy change. The Alliance helps build members' skills in writing, analysis and digital media to increase their influence on discourse around HIV policy and financing at a local, national and global level.
We also provide editing and mentoring support to correspondents and seek to increase exposure of their work through building relationships with other media outlets.
Future plans include working more closely with other media organisations to incorporate multimedia production – such as photography, video and radio – to engage the most marginalised groups who may lack literacy skills.
For information about the Key Correspondents and to read their articles visit keycorrespondents.org.