iCOPe HIV: Taking Global Action Toward Improved Care, Quality of Life, and Empowerment for Older People with HIV – Webinar

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  • 27 January 2023 | 15:30 - 17:00 CET
  • Zoom

A recording of the webinar is available here

The International Coalition of Older People with HIV (iCOPe HIV) is pleased to invite you to join us for our inaugural stakeholder meeting. This virtual interactive dialogue will provide participants with an introduction to the Glasgow Manifesto and its authors and endorsers, plus a brief ‘snapshot’ of key issues affecting older people living with HIV in different parts of the world and promising initiatives to address their unmet needs. Participants will be engaged in setting priorities and identifying strategies for action to guide iCOPe HIV’s work through facilitated discussion and polling questions.
This webinar is open to all. Participation by older people living with HIV and representatives of organizations committed to the Glasgow Manifesto’s Calls to Action is encouraged!
Friday 27 January 2023
06:30 PT/09:30 ET/15:30 CET/+01:30 AEDT (90 minutes)
*Please note that the webinar will be held in English only. There is no cost to attend.


Register to attend: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMkce6tqj8jHtOfIofUZToEwRzKYvVnHEDG


iCOPe HIV is an initiative of the four founding partners EATG (Europe), NATAP (USA), Realize (Canada) and UTOPIA_BXL (Belgium).

The slide deck can be found here

*Note: The presentation slide deck includes slides prepared by Mario Cascio (Western Europe) and Kate Murzin (Canada) that were skipped due to time constraints. These presentations have been recorded separately and are available here:

Mario Cascio

Kate Murzin


Practical Information

  • iCOPe HIV webinar: Taking Global Action Toward Improved Care, Quality of Life, and Empowerment for Older People with HIV: When: 27 January 2023, 15:30 to 17:00 CET
    Where: Online

    EATG (Europe), NATAP (USA), Realize (Canada) and UTOPIA_BXL (Belgium)

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