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The World Aids Conference and Meeting Aaron Motsoaledi

Sthokozo Mabaso | Posted 11.06.2012 | Impact
Sthokozo Mabaso

The World Aids Conference got people together in one country, one city from all over the world. Approximately 26,000 scientists, doctors, educators and world health organizations attended the conference

A World Without HIV

Cecilia Attias | Posted 09.29.2012 | Impact
Cecilia Attias

What would the world look like without HIV? 34 million people would live freer, healthier lives. Communities that are currently affected would be thriving. Mothers would live to see their children grow up.

WATCH: Dramatic Video From The AIDS2012 March To End AIDS In D.C.

Mark S. King | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Mark S. King


"Gay Day" at the International AIDS Conference (AIDS2012)

Mark S. King | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Mark S. King

Since less than 5 percent of the programming for AIDS 2012 is targeting to MSMs (Men who have Sex with Men), a special one-day pre-conference is held the day AIDS 2012 convenes to address the needs and issues of this population.

What a Difference a Decade Makes

Michel Sidibé | Posted 09.23.2012 | Healthy Living
Michel Sidibé

For the first time in many years, a new message is on the lips of the people on the frontlines -- together, we will end AIDS.

What Has Changed In 25 Years Since D.C. Last Hosted The International AIDS Conference?

John-Manuel Andriote | Posted 09.21.2012 | Impact
John-Manuel Andriote

When the international AIDS conference was last held in Washington, D.C., in June 1987, "only" 36,000 Americans had been diagnosed with the fatal illn...

International AIDS Conference Comes to Washington: A Call for Global Solidarity

Rep. Barbara Lee | Posted 07.05.2012 | DC
Rep. Barbara Lee

AIDS 2012 is an important and long overdue opportunity for our domestic pandemic to become part of a global effort. We are literally at a tipping point in the fight against AIDS

President Obama, Will You Heed Archbishop Tutu's Call to Action?

Kolleen Bouchane | Posted 11.29.2011 | Impact
Kolleen Bouchane

Are we confident that U.S. leadership on HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis will acknowledge the evidence about what is possible and rise to this challenge? Will President Obama heed Archbishop Tutu's call to action and do his part to end AIDS?