UPCOMING HIV2020 ONLINE SESSIONS

The HIV2020 Conference has been re-imagined as a series of 2-hour sessions that will take place via Zoom between the months of July and October. We will conclude HIV2020 by sharing our learnings and highlights from our virtual event on World AIDS Day 2020 in December. 

 

HIV2020 Online will be key population-led, inter-disciplinary, sex positive, and will reflect messages of affinity, solidarity, and intersectionality. Sessions will range from topics such as increasing funding for community-led responses to HIV to linking HIV with broader health and human rights movements. Most importantly, our event is committed to reaffirming the leading role communities play in the global HIV response.

All sessions will be made available in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Russian

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SEPTEMBER EVENTS

Film & Discussion: Kokh (A womb)
Now more than ever: New strategies to fight back for HIV prevention
The Nine Genders, A Re-introduced Indigenous Way of Organizing Gender
HIV, Drugs and Positive Women in Response

OCTOBER EVENTS

Stigma: Measure it, Act on it, End it
Treatment Activist Meeting
Community based mental health services for people living with HIV
By Us/For Us: Monitoring Support for Community-, Key Population-, and Women-led HIV Responses
Art Performance: Theater Performance about SWIT
Where is the money for key population programming?
Art Performance: Harm reduction education and services through performing art
Women, bodies and experiences: Individual and collective empowerment through the Theater of the Oppressed
September 2020
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6:00 AM
Film & Discussion: Kokh (A womb)
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6:00 AM
Now more than ever: New strategies to fight back for HIV prevention
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Stigma: Measure it, Act on it, End it
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Treatment Activist Meeting
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Community based mental health services for people living with HIV
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PREVIOUS EVENTS

The Nine Genders, A Re-introduced Indigenous Way of Organizing Gender
HIV, Drugs and Positive Women in Response
Not Just Subjects of Research!
Overcoming Legal Barriers as a mechanism for the struggle for rights of vulnerable populations in the EECA region
Data from the Ground Up: Scaling up community-led data collection, management and analysis
Soliciting for Change: Understanding the impacts of the Swedish Model and full decriminalisation of sex work
Community Advocacy: How we Innovate and Mobilise
Grassroots Response to the Drug War: Fighting Back
Medicalised Bodies, Absent States
Strengthening the safety and security of gay and bisexual men and their program implementers in Latin America and global
Film & Discussion: China’s Transgender Sex Workers
Time is running out for Children Living with HIV!
Women who Use Drugs and Narcofeminism: Changing the Narrative
Young People Are Leading the Way!
Hate Crimes Against Sex Workers: Data Collection and Advocacy
A Roadmap for Meeting the HIV Targets: Defending Bodily Autonomy and Integrity
Art Performance: Divina & Maldita
Drug Policy and Harm Reduction: Prevention of HIV/AIDS
Our gay bodies: Body image, intimacy, and community support through Kink
Presentation of SWIT as a successful strategy to advocate for the human rights of people who perform sex work in HIV/STI
Social determinants of health, HIV, and activism
The Dollars and Sense of Effective Grantmaking
Beyond Blame: Challenging Criminalization for HIV JUSTICE WORLDWIDE
Global Advocacy and National Movement Building: Shifting the Paradigm
HIV2020 Opening Plenary
Novel Community-Led Interventions in HIV Prevention and HIV 2020 Planning with Gay and Bisexual Men
De Gris a PositHIVo: Proyección documental y aprendizajes para narración audiovisual con voz propia

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