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MARK JOSEF RAPA – ‘There is no Brexit option in dealing with HIV and AIDS’ (Bill Clinton)

The International AIDS Conference continues to provide key findings in the development of HIV treatment and prevention, but not just that. It also brings clinicians, researchers, and activists together to…

BRYAN TEIXEIRA – Migration and HIV: blogging from the World AIDS Conference in Amsterdam

Decades into the AIDS epidemic, how we understand the reality we face and who are most at risk are changing, and fast. We are used to cleaner, simpler strategies: some…

IAN HODGSON – Navigating the International AIDS Conference: a guide for first timers

This guide is designed for people relatively new to the AIDS conferences. It provides some guidance for navigating what still is the largest global conference addressing a single topic.  …

Gus Cairns reports from the Sexual Health Workshop at the ILGA Europe 2017 Conference

Workshop on Sexual Health, ILGA Europe Conference, Warsaw, Thursday 2 November 2017 The workshop was well attended and with a high level of engagement and interest in participants. I and…

Bryan Teixeira – Report from the Key Populations Symposium in Paris

Our communities have been fairly successful at martialling our energies to profile the needs of people living with HIV. These energies were based on the early Denver Principles that initiated…

Jackie Morton – A year of activism in 2016

EATG Chair Jackie Morton has summed up her experience as a leading HIV activist (and a new grandmother) in 2016 with a few images and some text. These are her personal…

Tamás Bereczky – BMJ Blogs – Patient advocacy and the HIV community

http://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2017/01/09/tamas-bereczky-patient-advocacy-and-the-hiv-community/

Jackie Morton – First month as EATG chair

  A month in the life of the Chair of EATG It has been a busy few weeks since returning from the GA on the 26 September, Sofia as the…

Bryan Teixeira – Continuing the dialogue: sex and drugs

  In April of this year, a ‘Chemsex Forum’ was held in London. People came from across Europe to discuss issues of health and wellbeing associated with the rising use…

Jackie Morton – Report from the BHIVA Conference in London 13-14 October 2016

BHIVA supports free registrations for over 50 community representatives to attend their conferences and it is through this process I attended the autumn BHIVA conference that covered a wide range…