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The Big Questions to Drive Action Campaign

On the road to Durban, we went out and asked experts and health leaders the guiding questions to drive meaningful action at the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016). Join the campaign today.



Foregrounding Human Rights:
Chris Beyrer

How do we foreground human rights? Chris Beyrer, IAS President and AIDS 2016 Co-Chair shares his answer.



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Serving the Needs of Infants and Children: Linda-Gail Bekker

What is needed to incentivize industry and research institutions to develop high-quality screening tools and treatment options for children? Linda-Gail Bekker, IAS President-Elect shares her answer.

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Addressing the needs of women and girls: Olive Shisana

How do we meaningfully address some of the gender norms that place women and girls at increased risk of HIV? Olive Shisana, AIDS 2016 Co-Chair shares her answer.


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Reaching Adolescent Populations: Loyce Maturu

Are we doing enough to reach adolescent key populations? Loyce Maturu, a Youth Advocate shares her answer.

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Webinars


AIDS 2016 Webinar: What's New

This webinar provides a full overview of recent announcements, expanding access to the conference, an overview of the conference programme and registration process, key updates, and how to connect to the conference.


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Pre-Conference Webinar: Everything You Need To Know

This webinar provides a full overview of the AIDS 2016 pre-conference programme, step-by-step guide to register, key updates to be aware of and how to connect to the conference.


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AIDS 2016 Webinar: Everything You Need To Know

There are some new and exciting changes happening at the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016). This webinar provides a full overview of what’s new this year, key updates and how to connect to the conference.

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Videos


AIDS 2016 Welcome

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa welcomes AIDS 2016 to Durban.

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