Workshop submissions are now open
AIDS 2024 offers targeted workshops for knowledge transfer, skills development and interactive learning. The aim is to support participants in implementing and advocating for effective, evidence-based HIV policies and interventions in their communities and countries.
Workshop focus areas
Emphasize the importance of:
Building skills and capacity in relation to peer-driven programmes and services that are run by and for people living with and affected by HIV
Building partnerships and networks between civil society, policy makers and health professionals
Broaden knowledge and skills in mobilizing key populations and local communities by showcasing effective community empowerment programmes that strengthen public health outcomes in HIV treatment, prevention, care and support
- Provide a platform for new and current leaders to share and learn innovative skills for effective, coordinated and transparent HIV response
- Develop and enhance the ability to assess and measure commitments and actions of leaders in HIV policy and response
- Accelerate the scaling up of evidence-informed approaches to the HIV response and highlight excellence in the latest research
- Enhance skills and encourage collaborative learning on the latest scientific research
These workshops are for learners new to a career in HIV and health. They are intended to build strong foundation skills and knowledge.
These workshops are for mid-career learners who have a strong foundation and are looking to advance their professional expertise and become more effective team leaders. They offer a robust selection of topics that will help delegates specialize their focus, explore new areas and opportunities, or expand their skills to the next level of professional development.
These workshops are for people who have been working in HIV and health for years and are looking for new, fresh approaches to the HIV response and delivering on high-stakes projects. They allow delegates to build and nurture their talent while increasing their own influence and marketability and strengthen engagement with key experts at leading global health organizations.