Category : Stepwise Blog

So, how was it? AIDS 2014 Delegate Survey is up!

Did you attend AIDS 2014 in Melbourne?  Did you participate remotely?  How was your experience?  What was your favorite part?  Did you have any problems with immigration, the conference venue, or with registration?  What’s on your mind after Melbourne? Share your thoughts here in the comments section, or via the AIDS 2014 Delegates Survey.

Youth at AIDS2014 – Yotuh Rapporteur Summary

By Sally Beadle Good afternoon and a very special welcome to all young people and youth force participants we have here today. It is my pleasure to report on the strong and vibrant youth programme that has made a significant contribution to AIDS 2014. I would like to say a special thank you to my […]

Media Release – Young people at AIDS2014 determined to honour those lost

MEDIA RELEASE 20th July 2014 While we wait to hear confirmation of the true impact on yesterday’s MH17 tragedy for the global HIV community, young people are determined to honour the work and lives of those lost. Young people from over 50 countries all over the world yesterday gathered for the second day of the […]

Updates on Downed Malaysia Airlines Flight

UPDATE: 3:15PM, MELBOURNE: Per IAS, the names of those confirmed at this time by friends and colleagues on board flight MH 17 are: Pim de Kuijer, STOP AIDS NOW! Joep Lange, co-director of the HIV Netherlands Australia Research Collaboration (HIV-NAT) Lucie van Mens, Director, AIDS Action Europe Maria Adriana de Schutter, AIDS Action Europe Glenn […]

Webinar on Navigating AIDS 2014 Recording Available

Last week GNP+ provided a webinar for community members on successful navigation of the International AIDS Conference.  The talented Julian Hows has many last minute tips and tricks for getting the most out of your time in Melbourne. VIEW THE RECORDING HERE Hope to see you this weekend!

Alert: New Anti-Protest Police Powers in Melbourne

If you choose to engage in peaceful protest at AIDS 2014, or elsewhere in Melbourne, be careful where and how you do it.  Know that engaging in any activities outside the conference site are done at your own risk.  You can be arrested for peacefully protesting in Australia.  While the Australia Government has protections in […]

Webinar Tomorrow!–Navigating AIDS 2014

What’s HOT and what’s NOT… how to navigate the conference! Webinar, 8 July 2014 8am San Francisco, 11am New York, 5pm Amsterdam, Johannesburg, 6pm Nairobi REGISTER HERE   This webinar is full of practical tip and tricks to negotiate the conference successfully – and how to have fun doing it! Learn how to avoid the queues, how […]

AIDS 2014 Mobile App Now Available

The free AIDS 2014 mobile app is now available.  If you have access to a smartphone, the AIDS 2014 app can be a very helpful tool for navigating the conference, before you arrive, and on the ground.  Even if you will not have phone service in Melbourne, download the app ahead of time, as most […]

Harm Reduction Services at AIDS 2014

Concerned about Opioid Substitution Therapy or needle/syringe availability while in Melbourne for AIDS 2014?  Fear not!   There are options for OST and clean needles in Melbourne and elsewhere in Australia.  View the AIDS 2014 Harm Reduction Factsheet for complete info. For those on OST, the best option is to bring a take away supply from […]

AIDS 2014 Progamme-at-a-Glance Launched

Today the AIDS 2014 Programme-at-a-Glance was launched and is available online. Everybody can view all conference sessions, programme activities and satellites searching by Date, Session Type, Tracks and Time. As soon as they become available, people will also find here links to abstracts, slide presentations, rapporteur reports and e-posters.  Check it out and make your […]