EATG at AIDS 2024

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EATG is present at the 25th International AIDS Conference taking place in Munich, Germany and online from the 22nd until the 26th of July, as well as in pre-conferences and events that open during the weekend (20 – 21 July). The biennial conference organised by the International AIDS Society (IAS) is the key event for all stakeholders working in the field of HIV/AIDS around the world.

This year, the conference calls on the global HIV response to unite behind a simple principle: Put people first!

 

EATG is hosting a booth at the Global Village as well as activities in partnership with other organisations at The Silver Zone: A Networking Zone for Older People Living with HIV and the 5-5-5 – We Won’t Be Left Behind Zone. We are also organising a session on the inclusion of people living with HIV in non-HIV clinical trials in the frame of the Living 2024 pre-conference.

In addition, EATG members will be presenting their local and regional work in various sessions, symposia, side-events as well as at the Global Village. Last but not least, networking is key; we plan to make the best of our time there meeting bilaterally with members, partners, allies and donors.

 

 

The theme of AIDS 2024 is Put People First!

AIDS 2024 programme

Access the conference platform (online delegates) – Coming soon

The Global Village, with free entry, opens its doors on Sunday, 21 July, welcoming the public and conference delegates. The Global Village is a diverse and vibrant space where communities from all over the world connect, share and learn from each other. Here, communities demonstrate the application of science and good leadership.

 


Global Village – Networking Zone CS01

21 – 25 July  | Opening time 10:30 CET


The Silver Zone is a place for older people living with HIV to re-engage with the HIV community and follow the science on HIV and ageing; to feel included and celebrated.

The Silver Zone‘s objectives are:

  • Holding space for socialisation and mobilisation by older people living with HIV, increasing their visibility and building social capital;
  • Increasing awareness of the strengths, support needs and experiences of diverse Older People Living with HIV and building capacity among stakeholders who can support ageing well; and
  • Increasing health literacy and capacity for self- and community-care among Older People Living with HIV.

The Silver Zone is co-organized by EATG and Realize.

 

Stay tuned for updates on the Silver Zone here.

 

#SilverZoneAIDS2024

 

 

Global Village – Networking Zone AD11

21 – 25 July  | Opening time 10:30 CET


The 5-5-5 Zone represents people left behind in the 2030 UNAIDS 95-95-95 targets. “5-5-5” represents all the efforts needed to reach and go beyond the targets to leave no one behind. “5-5-5” represents what communities want and what is needed to bridge the gap in HIV prevention, treatment and care.

The zone will provide a platform to share on gaps, barriers, and solutions to address stigma, discrimination, to advance social justice, and to improve the health outcomes of inadequately served populations. The inspiration talks, networking and mutual learning sessions, presentations and videos will cover the following themes:

  • 21 July: Mobility and HIV
  • 22 July: Sex positive approaches
  • 23 July: Well-being and quality of life
  • 24 July: Drugs and harm reduction
  • 25 July: Blind spots

 

The 5-5-5 Zone is co-organized by EATG, AIDS Action Europe (AAE), and Correlation-European Harm Reduction Network (C-EHRN).

 

Stay tuned for updates on the 5-5-5 Zone here.

 

 

 


The EATG booth at the Global Village

Global Village – NGO booth CS08

21 – 25 July  | Opening time 10:30 CET


 

Take some time to visit our booth at the Global Village and get updated on our activities.

 

#HIVActivismInEurope

 

 

Further engagement at the Global Village: EATG is also contributing to the Disability Zone and the Youth Pavillion

 

 


Living 2024 – People living with HIV | Pre-conference

AIDS 2024 | Room 13b/Channel 7

20 – 21 July 


GNP+ and partners are coming together to host the Living 2024 conference. Living 2024 is an opportunity for people living with HIV and affected communities to come together to:

  • reflect, re-imagine and redefine the future of the HIV movement
  • transfer knowledge to a new generation of young activists
  • build power and consensus to claim our place within the broader global health and development platforms in shaping the HIV sustainability plans beyond 2030.

 

EATG is a partner of the LIVING 2024 pre-conference and hosts the session ‘Community Workshop: Why people living with HIV must be included in non-HIV clinical trials’

Location: Room 12a

Session organizer: EATG

When: Saturday 20 July | 13:30 – 14:30 CET

Speakers: Brian West, Alain Volny-Anne, Memory Sachikonye, Luís Mendão 

 

Stay tuned for updates on EATG’s workshop at Living 2024 here.

 

 


Embracing wisdom: Advocating for HIV care in older populations | Pre-conference

AIDS 2024 | Hall B0b/Channel 5

20 July 


Join this pre-conference event, organised by Ribbon, addressing the challenges and opportunities faced by older individuals living with HIV. This event aims to raise awareness, provide actionable insights, and drive meaningful dialogue to support this often-overlooked community better. Join us in advocating for the holistic well-being of older individuals affected by HIV.

 

EATG is a co-organising partner with presence in panels and moderation of sessions.

EATG focus:

15:00 – 16:00 | Session 5: We Are Still Here: Strategies for Long-Term Survivorship, Empowerment, and Community Engagement 

Panel Discussion: Panelist: Dr. Nicoletta Policek, Executive Director, European AIDS Treatment Group, Brussels, Belgium

 

17:00 – 17:50 | Session 6: Enhancing quality of life for older adults with HIV: Innovative models and well-being strategies Part I

Panel Discussion: Panelist: Mr. Mario Cascio, Program Chair, European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG), Brussels, Belgium

 


Other Selected Activities

 

Thriving with HIV at 50 and beyond | Workshop

An IAS Industry Liaison Forum and WHO workshop at AIDS 2024

 

Location: H4 Hotel – Konrad-Zuse-Platz 14, 81829 München, Germany (5 min walk from AIDS 2024 venue)

Organizers: IAS Industry Liaison Forum and WHO

When: Sunday, 21 July 2024 | 8:00 – 14:30 CET

EATG focus:

8:05 – 8:20 | Keynote Speaker: Nicoletta Policek, European AIDS Treatment Group, Belgium

 

Health-Related Quality of Life: What Works Best for People Living With HIV? | Satellite Symposium

 

Location: AIDS 2024 | Hall B0b/Channel 5

Organizer: Peer Voice, endorsed by EATG and GNP+

When: Tuesday, 23 July 2024 | 7:00 – 8:00 CET

 

International Workshop on Pediatrics & HIV 2024 | Workshop

 

Location: H4 Hotel – Konrad-Zuse-Platz 14, 81829 München, Germany (5 min walk from AIDS 2024 venue)

Organizer: Academic Medical Education, endorsed by EATG

When: 19 – 20 July 2024

 

Living Free with HIV Run | Charity Run

 

Location: Thalkirchner Platz, Munich

Organizer: Life 4me+

When: 21 July 2024 | 10:00 – 12:00 CET

 


The regional media platform VirusOFF has been named the official media partner of AIDS 2024

Follow the updates on the dedicated platform

 

#AIDS2024

#EATGatAIDS2024

#PutPeopleFirst

 

 

 

Practical Information

  • 25th International AIDS Conference: AIDS 2024, the 25th International AIDS Conference, calls on the global HIV response to unite behind a simple principle: Put people first!

    Join us in Munich, Germany, and virtually on 22 - 26 July 2024 (+20 - 21 July 2024 pre-conferences). The world’s largest conference on HIV and AIDS.

    Messe München
    81829
    München, Germany
    www.messe-muenchen.de

    #AIDS2024
    #PutPeopleFirst

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