The CSEM Secretariat seeks nominations for candidates to fill seven open positions on the Advisory Group of the Civil Society Engagement Mechanism for UHC2030 (CSEM). 

The CSEM Advisory Group fosters civil society representation in UHC2030. The Advisory Group links the global and national levels, conveys constituency priorities based on national inputs and acts as a technical hub. The group is composed of 18 members, including 12 regular Advisory Group members, three CSO representatives and three alternate representatives to the UHC2030 Steering Committee. Members of the CSEM Advisory Group serve in a volunteer capacity without financial compensation.

Within the Advisory Group, the CSEM seeks to represent a balance of gender, expertise, representatives from populations often left behind, generation, world regions (more representation is needed for Latin America, the Caribbean, East Asia, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and Francophone Africa), technical focus areas, networks and types of organizations. Members will serve a three-year term. Membership on the Advisory Group is organizational, not individual.

Learn more about the roles and how to apply: Call for Nominations (English), Llamado a Postulacione (Spanish), Appel à Candidature (French).

Applications due Friday, June 24, 2022 (11:59 pm ET).


For questions, please contact the CSEM Secretariat at:


About CSEM
The Civil Society Engagement Mechanism for UHC2030 (CSEM) is the civil society constituent of UHC2030 (formerly the International Health Partnership, IHP+), the global movement to build stronger health systems for universal health coverage (UHC). The CSEM raises civil society voices in UHC2030 to ensure that UHC policies are inclusive and equitable, and that systematic attention is given to the most marginalized and vulnerable populations so that no one is left behind.
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About UHC2030
UHC2030 is the global movement to strengthen health systems for universal health coverage. UHC2030 provides a multi-stakeholder platform that promotes collaborative working at global and country levels on health systems strengthening. We advocate increased political commitment to UHC and facilitate accountability and knowledge sharing. We encourage everyone who promotes UHC to join our movement and become a partner. This includes but is not limited to governments, international organisations, civil society organisations, the private sector, academia, and media.
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