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In July 2018, partners from across the Alliance will be at the International AIDS conference in Amsterdam to focus on improving access for young people to strategic platforms in the HIV response.
Globally, key targets on HIV prevention will be missed if the current rate of progress is maintained, and during the conference, we will host an interactive panel debate on the progress made on the HIV Prevention 2020 Road Map and the critical role of communities in achieving the global targets.
Our AIDS 2018 campaign ‘Fresh Voices, Making Choices’ is a rallying call for renewed investment in community-led action to open up decision-making spaces to adolescents and young people. This includes those from key population groups living with and affected by HIV, including people who use drugs, sex workers, men who have sex with men, gay men and transgender people.
If you are heading to the conference, you can find key session dates for your diary below or download our AIDS 2018 Road Map. And whether you will be at the conference in person, or following it remotely, you can access practical resources developed with communities, with more visual content to come.
Download our social media toolkit to find out how to join the campaign online using #WeAreREADY to show your commitment to bringing new voices to the HIV response. Join the READY movement on Facebook now!
Join our flagship events at AIDS 2018
18:30 - 22.00 at Rosarium, Amstelpark 1, Europaboulevard, 1083 HZ
18:30 - 22.00 at Rosarium, Amstelpark 1, Europaboulevard, 1083 HZ. Panellists include: Rachel Baggaley, Coordinator of HIV Testing and Prevention, WHO / Nuduku Kilonzo, Executive Director, National Aids Control Council (NACC) of Kenya / Annah Sango, National Coordinator, Zimbabwe Young Positives (ZY+) & READY to Lead / Grace Kumwenda, Programme Manager, PAKACHERE, Malawi / Josephine Dominic, Legal Officer, Bar Hostess Empowerment & Support Programme (BHESP), Kenya / Christine Stegling, Executive Director, International HIV AIDS Alliance
Join these other key AIDS 2018 events
20-22 July, all day at University of Amsterdam
Our bodies, our fight: Uniting the movements for HIV/AIDS and safe abortion care - feat. L. Orza/C. Stegling, Alliance Secretariat
13:30 – 17:30 at De Rode Hoed, Keizersgracht, 1015 CV Amsterdam
STRIVE: Successfully tackling the structural drivers of HIV - feat. S. Mellors, Alliance Secretariat
09:30 - 17:00 at Emerald Room
Out With It: Community Solutions for the Sexual Health and Rights of Young Gay and Bisexual Men (Sponsored by the Alliance)
08:30 – 20:00 at KIT, Royal Tropical Institute, 63 Mauritskade, 1092 AD Amsterdam
10:00 – 18:00 at G106-107
19:30 - 20:40 at Hall 12
08:45 - 09:30 - Main stage
07:00 – 08:30 at G102-103
Peer Power – What makes peer-to-peer support in promoting health & wellbeing of adolescents & young people living with HIV? (Facilitators: Moses Bwire, PEERU (READY Teens); Nadège Uwase, AY+, PATA (Peers to Zero)
11:00 - 12:00 at PLHIV Networking Zone – Global Village Booth 501
14:30 – 16:00 at Hall 10
Designing an Ideal Roadmap to Improve Access to Medicines – by STOPAIDS
16:00-17:30 at Global Village, Treatment Networking Zone
11:00 – 12:30 at GV session room 2
14:30 – 16:00 at G104-105
16:30 - 17:30 at GV Session Room 2
Discussion on Indonesia and UHC HIV initial findings
16:30-18:00 at Spaces Zuidas, Barbara Strozzilaan 101, 1083 HN Amsterdam
Broaden the space for civil society to ending AIDS - Alliance Secretariat and Aidsfonds (PITCH)
17:15 – 22:00 at the Rosaruim, Amstelpark 1, Europaboulevard, 1083 HZ
11:00 - 12:30 at Hall 11B