20th International AIDS 2014 Conference Hub for Latin America

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Date: 24 - 25 July 2014

Time: 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (24 of July) and 9:00 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. (25 of July)

Location: City of Knowledge Convention Center, Bldg. 184

R.S.V.P.: María José García / maria.jose.garcia@undp.org

Free admission

The City of Knowledge Foundation and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) invite you to the 20th International AIDS 2014 Conference Hub for Latin America, to be held July 24th and 25th at the City of Knowledge Convention Center.

The objective of the conference is to increase the visibility of the work done in HIV in Latin America, creating a platform for exchange of knowledge and experiences, and to promote synergy and debate among the various stakeholders involved in the HIV response.

During the Conference Hub there will be plenary sessions selected from the 2014 International AIDS Conference, which will be translated into Spanish and transmitted virtually to all countries of the region. Following these plenary sessions, panel discussions and debates will be organized with representatives of governmental and non-governmental organizations, community members and people living with HIV, who will reflect on the future of the HIV response in the region. These sessions can be followed virtually or in the Auditorium of the City of Knowledge Convention Center, where associations will also expose their work in small stands with exhibits, photographs and information about their activities. Lunch and refreshments will also be offered during the event.

Link to the YouTube video: http://bit.ly/1m0D5My

About the 20th International AIDS Conference 2014

The 20th International AIDS Conference 2014 will be held from July 21st to 25th in Melbourne, Australia. This International Conference is the premier gathering for those working in the field of HIV, as well as policy makers, persons living with HIV, vulnerable groups and other individuals committed to ending the epidemic. It is an opportunity to assess where we are, note the recent scientific developments and lessons learned, and collectively chart a course forward. 25,000 people are expected to participate.