Oct. 1, 2019

23th International aids conference registration is open .

 

 
Registration is now open for the 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020). For the first time ever, the world’s largest conference on HIV and AIDS will be hosted simultaneously in two neighbouring cities, San Francisco and Oakland, US, on 6-10 July 2020.
REGISTER NOW
The movement to confront the AIDS epidemic is a portrait in Resilience that has led to one of the most extraordinary public health responses in history. Register today to take part in this moment to advance the HIV response and highlight the latest in HIV-related science, policy and programmes.
 
Conference registration is opening two months early to allow delegates more time to apply for visas. Additional information regarding US visa applications is available here.

AIDS 2020 is working closely with US Government officials and immigration experts to ensure that those who wish to attend the conference have the most accurate and up-to-date information about current visa application processes.

Please note that it is the delegate’s responsibility to investigate visa requirements for the US and apply for a visa, if necessary. Delegates are advised to apply for their visa at least 90 days before travelling to the US to ensure adequate processing times.
 
There are a variety of ways to take part in AIDS 2020.
15 October
  • Abstract Mentor Programme - mentor sign up opens
  • Official accommodation booking opens
1 November
  • Abstract, workshop, Global Village and Youth Programme submissions open
  • Satellite and Exhibition Space applications open
  • Scholarship applications open
4 November
  • Abstract Mentor Programme - draft abstract submissions open
19 December 
  • Abstract Mentor Programme closes
Early registration ends on 15 January 2020. View all key dates here.
 
Sign-up for the latest AIDS 2020 news, updates and announcements here.
 
Listen to the AIDS 2020 podcast hosted by CSIS here.
View the AIDS 2020 Digital Toolkit here.  
 
Profiles in Resilience
Profiles in Resilience was inspired by the extraordinary work individuals and communities are doing to advance the HIV response. This project is a celebration of the people behind the movement. It’s a chance to bring to life their vital, complex and inspiring stories. View the evolving art gallery here
 
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