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The 24th International AIDS Conference
For the first time, the world’s largest conference on HIV and AIDS will be hosted in person in Montreal, Canada, as well as virtually, to make it accessible to as many people as possible.View details
Getting to the Heart of Stigma Pre-conference
This pre-conference is a thought-leadership symposium seeking to present, discuss and interrogate the state-of-the-field evidence base for HIV-related stigma. It will be a platform to discuss global financial, strategic and programmatic efforts to contextualize, implement and scale up effective stigma reduction and mitigation interventions.View details
Pathways to an HIV cure: Research and advocacy priorities
IAS – the International AIDS Society – through its Towards an HIV Cure programme, is organizing the annual HIV cure meeting just before AIDS 2022, the 24th International AIDS Conference. The hybrid meeting is organized in partnership with the Canadian HIV Cure Enterprise (CanCURE) and the FRQS - AIDS and Infectious Diseases Research Network. It will take place in person at the Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM) and virtually on 28 July 2022.View details
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The IAS at a glance
We unite scientists, policy makers and activists to galvanize the scientific response, build global solidarity and enhance human dignity for all people living with and affected by HIV. Here are some numbers that show how we do that.
IAS change makers. Carefully selected HIV researchers, advocates, healthcare providers and others we educate to drive an evidence-based HIV response that puts people first.
IAS Members worldwide. We convene people from diverse backgrounds to drive a shared vision of a world in which HIV is no longer a threat to public health and individual well-being.
Scientific studies shared via our conferences and JIAS in 2020/21. We advocate for evidence-based progress to improve the lives of people living with and affected by HIV.