AIDS 2016 Update

“I am not a medical expert. I am not a scientist or a doctor.
But if we are to give people with HIV and AIDS greater involvement
in this epidemic, then we must all have a voice.”
- Justice Edwin Cameron

As we make our way back to Durban after 16 years, we are fortunate to be joined again by Justice Edwin Cameron, described by Nelson Mandela as ‘one of South Africa’s new heroes’. A prominent human rights lawyer during apartheid, he was the first senior South African official to state publicly that he was living with HIV. Today, Justice Cameron shares three things that have personally resonated with him the most and why the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) is so important.


Media partners: Clinical Care Options, FHI 360, NAM Publications and The Guardian 

We are always looking for ways to connect individuals to the conference. Through this year's media partnerships, you can get conference news leading up to and during the conference in a variety of ways. Working with our official AIDS 2016 Media Partners, we will bring you the latest cutting-edge news on HIV research and developments from the conference.


AIDS 2016 webinar: What's new?

Over the past few months we have hosted a series of webinars that cover the latest updates and new changes to AIDS 2016. The next webinar coming up is Monday, 21 March at 17:00 CET. This is your chance to get a full overview of everything you need to know about the conference, learn what's new, and have an open forum to ask questions. 


Pre-conference webinar: Everything you need to know

This year we are taking a fresh approach to the pre-conferences at AIDS 2016. 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.

Mark your calendar

Friday, 1 April 
Volunteer applications open

Thursday, 28 April
Early registration deadline

Community voices

Meet the designer behind the AIDS 2016 logo

Gender equity imperative to ending AIDS by 2030
News updates

New commitments to support access to AIDS 2016

Plenary speakers announced
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