AIDS 2012: HIV/AIDS and the News Agenda – Implications for Ending the Epidemic

AIDS 2012: HIV/AIDS and the News Agenda – Implications for Ending the Epidemic

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An inaugural Media Panel featuring some of the world´s leading journalists engaging in a discussion with activists, scientists and policymakers working in HIV and AIDS on the role of the media for the future of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Opened up to all media delegates. Attendance is on a first come, first served basis and will be limited to 350 people.


  • Robert Bazell, NBC News


  • Mia Malan, Mail and Guardian, South Africa
  • Anthony Fauci, Director, NIAID, U.S.A.
  • Sarah Boseley, The Guardian, UK
  • Jon Cohen, Science, U.S.
  • Francisco Ruiz, National Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD), U.S.
  • David Brown, Washington Post, U.S.
  • Dr. Allyson Leacock, Caribbean Broadcast Media Partnership on HIV/AIDS
  • Regan Hoffman, Editor-In-Chief, POZ Magazine, U.S.
  • Dr. Paul Delay, Deputy Executive Director Programme UNAIDS, U.S.

Event Date

Jul 22, 2012

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