THE 23RD WORLD AIDS CONFERENCE IS HAPPENING NOW.
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The 23rd World AIDS Conference is happening now. If you are interested, you can be part of it by clicking here or www.aids2020.org
The first day of the conference was great. It was a little bit of a challenge attending it virtually instead of in person. The times are Pacific time so you need to add 3 hours when looking at the program. Enjoy and learn! — Dr. Benson
The Global Village and Youth Programme kicks off at the 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020: Virtual)!
The Global Village is a diverse and vibrant space where communities from all over the world gather virtually to connect, share and learn from each other.
The Global Village and Youth Programme is free to access from 6 - 10 July. From the conference website you'll be able to access over 160 activities from live workshops to on-demand sessions, cultural performances, networking zones, NGO booths, and art exhibits.
The AIDS 2020: Virtual Global Village and Youth Programme features over 160 activities, including:
With a range of engaging, creative and informative events to look forward to, the programme at a glance provides a snapshot of Global Village and Youth Programme activities throughout AIDS 2020: Virtual.
Take a look at the schedule and start planning your experience today!
Youth Force Daily Broadcast
Youth Force Daily is a broadcast coming to you throughout the week of AIDS 2020: Virtual, featuring guests from around the world discussing issues related to young people and HIV.
Hosts will be talking with clinicians, researchers, HIV activists, youth organizations and youth involved in the field. Tune in each day to better understand the challenges faced and successes achieved by young people, youth organizations and local HIV responses!
Learn more about the San Francisco and Oakland Youth Force here.
The future of the HIV response
Join thousands of delegates from 175 countries from 6 – 10 July 2020, to be part of accelerating progress in the global HIV response.
Get involved at www.aids2020.org