The 20th International AIDS Conference, AIDS 2014, is the premier gathering for those working in the field of HIV, as well as policy makers, persons living with HIV and other individuals committed to ending the pandemic.
More than 170 scientists and public health professionals are working on HIV at Burnet!
We will be hosting a range of activities before, and during, the conference. Take a look below to find out more about how you can support our public events.
CREIDU Colloquium 16 July 2014
HIV and HCV treatment as prevention
This AIDS 2014 affiliated event highlights the promise, pitfalls and the public health benefits of this approach. Hosted by the Centre for Research Excellence into Injecting Drug Use at the AMREP Lecture Theatre next to Burnet Institute.
Register online at www.burnet.edu.au/events
World Premiere, 17 July 2014
A Face of AIDS production, in association with Pacific Friends of The Global Fund and Burnet Institute are proudly supporting the World Premiere of this engaging film by Swedish director, Staffan Hildebrand.
Registrations open for general public on 9 July 2014.
AIDS 2014: Connect with Schools Program, 20-25 July
Schools can nominate between 2-5 students to attend a 90-minute workshop during AIDS 2014 in the Global Village.
Global Village: TB+HIV Networking Zone, 21-24 July 2014
For the first time a dedicated TB+HIV hub for discussing the deadly diseases will feature in the Global Village. Open to the public, we hope you will drop by to hear more about the way forward in tackling these deadly diseases. Visit the TB+HIV website.
The International Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Consortium Booth, 21-24 July 2014
This is a dedicated hub in the Global Village for discussing issues around sexual and reproductive health and rights and HIV. It’s open to the public and free.
20th International AIDS Conference, 20-25 July 2014
More than 15,000 delegates are expected in Melbourne.
The AIDS 2014 program will present new scientific knowledge and offer many opportunities for structured dialogue on the major issues facing the global response to HIV. A variety of session types – from abstract-driven presentations to symposia, bridging and plenary sessions – will meet the needs of various participants.
Other related activities, including the Global Village, satellite meetings, exhibitions and affiliated independent events, will contribute to an exceptional opportunity for professional development and networking.
Visit www.aids2014.org for more information.