This breakthrough session will explore research, policy, prevention, advocacy and programmatic themes within a GIPA context, with a focus on priorities and action plans, to address the need for a coordinated global HIV framework for BD populations.
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Plenary: Turning the Tide on Transmission
Official Press Conference
AIDS 2012: Stigma: Breaking the Silences – Dealing with Stigma and Exclusion for PLHIV and HIV/AIDS Affected Populations
Stigma: Breaking the Silences – Dealing with Stigma and Exclusion for PLHIV and HIV/AIDS Affected Populations
This session examines the elements of the UNAIDS strategy ‘Getting to Zero’ from the perspective of community.
This session will explore the accomplishments and challenges of the creation and the implementation of national strategies in four countries with varying HIV epidemic profiles: South Africa, Swaziland, Brazil and the USA.
This session will focus on the ongoing HIV epidemic of the USA and Canada. It will describe the epidemiology of HIV in the region, and explore the health disparities, which continue to undermine HIV prevention and care efforts.
This session will explore ways of quickening the pulse of the AIDS movement at this critical time when the AIDS response is under threat and activism is being marginalized.
AIDS 2012: Press Conference: Labs for Life: PEPFAR, CDC and BD Announce New Labs Strengthening Initiative
BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company) and the U.S. Presidentâ€™s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Servicesâ€™ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will unveil the results of a five-year collaboration that improved overall laboratory systems and services in African countries severely affected by HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis (TB).
AIDS 2012: The Future of HIV Prevention, Health and Human Rights in Gay, other MSM and Transgender Communities: Towards More Effective Approaches with ICTs in a Web 2.0 World
This session critically explores why existing public health approaches to mobilizing communities for HIV prevention may be ineffective in achieving improved health and human rights.