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Pakistan monument

2 May 2024 - 3 May 2024

HIV science and community: Progress and challenges in Pakistan

IAS Educational Fund scientific symposium in Islamabad, Pakistan, organized in partnership with Nai Zindagi and Aga Khan University

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HIV Vaccine Science Academy

7 May 2024

2024 HIV Vaccine Science Academy

The HIV Vaccine Science Academy awards fellowships to early- to mid-career HIV vaccine researchers in central, eastern, southern and western Africa to take part in workshops on vaccine research. The academy supports change makers in establishing themselves as independent researchers and team leaders in their institutions. It also contributes to the development of a sustainable international network of African researchers.

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2024 Advocacy-for-Cure Academy

8 Jun 2024

2024 Advocacy-for-Cure Academy

The academy awards fellowships for an HIV cure advocacy workshop to develop research literacy and advocacy and engagement skills

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Munich, Germany

22 Jul 2024 - 26 Jul 2024

The 25th International AIDS Conference

AIDS 2024, the 25th International AIDS Conference, will take place in Munich, Germany, and virtually from 22 to 26 July 2024 and is expected to bring together some 18,000 participants from around the world.

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Lima, Peru

6 Oct 2024 - 10 Oct 2024

The 5th HIV Research for Prevention Conference

HIVR4P 2024, the 5th HIV Research for Prevention Conference will take place in Lima, Peru, and virtually from 6 to 10 October 2024 and is expected to bring together around 1,500 participants.

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Past events

25 Mar 2024
IAS–Lancet Commission on Health and Human Rights

The International AIDS Society–Lancet Commission on Health and Human Rights, will present its final report at this webinar on 25 March. Formed in 2021, the Commission brought together 23 leaders in global health from various fields to study the state of health and human rights and propose solutions to reverse setbacks.

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14 Mar 2024
Why putting people first in the HIV response makes sense

IAS – the International AIDS Society – in partnership with LoveYourself are co-organizing a workshop, titled “Why putting people first in the HIV response makes sense”, in Manila on 14-15 March 2024. This workshop is a regional meeting following IAS 2023, the 12th IAS Conference on HIV Science, to provide access to and discuss the latest evidence-based science in the local context.

Speakers and participants will discuss:

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12 Mar 2024
Ask the experts: Young leaders showcase gender perspectives in the HIV response

The IAS Youth Hub invites you to participate in “Ask the experts: Young leaders showcase gender perspectives in the HIV response” taking place on Tuesday, 12 March, at 11:00-12:00 CET.

For International Women’s Day, the IAS Youth Hub brings together four inspiring young women to answer your questions and showcase the valuable work women do in the HIV response.  

Confirmed speakers include:

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20 Feb 2024
IAS Young Leaders networking event

The IAS Youth Hub invites former IAS Youth Ambassadors and Young Leaders to join our virtual networking session on Tuesday, 20 February, at 14:00-15:00 CET. They will be able to network and exchange their experiences as young people from different cohorts in the HIV response.

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19 Feb 2024
Person-centred care approaches for preventing HPV-related cancers among people living with HIV

Join IAS – the International AIDS Society – the World Health Organization (WHO) and Unitaid at this important webinar that will share the latest evidence and implementation guidance on the prevention and management of human papillomavirus (HPV)-related cancers, especially among people living with HIV. The purpose of the webinar is to share information on the latest guidance, technology and investment landscape and emerging anal cancer screening evidence.

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