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International Aids Conference 2012

The Top 10 Global Health Moments of 2012

Marshall Stowell | Posted 02.12.2013 | Impact
Marshall Stowell

In the year-end issue of Impact, we announce the top 10 global health milestones of 2012. We asked some of the world's most renowned leaders in global health to comment on why these moments made the list. What we heard was insightful and, in many cases, encouraging.

Sparking Difficult Conversations As We Move Toward An AIDS-Free Generation

Janet Weinberg | Posted 02.11.2013 | Gay Voices
Janet Weinberg

We have the tools to curb the HIV/AIDS epidemic, but we continue to stumble in addressing the social and structural determinants that drive new infections. Only by confronting homophobia, racism, sexism and other social inequalities will we be able to fully implement our toolbox.

Show Me The 'Get To Zero' Money!

Marjorie Hill, Ph.D. | Posted 12.12.2012 | Gay Voices
Marjorie Hill, Ph.D.

What was captivating about the 2012 International AIDS Conference was the vision of an AIDS-free generation that was often invoked. We have the tools to get to "zero new HIV infections," though I am not convinced we have the collective commitment yet. And we definitely don't have the money.

The Living Room

Marjorie Hill, Ph.D. | Posted 10.11.2012 | Gay Voices
Marjorie Hill, Ph.D.

On Saturday, August 11, we reflect on the first meeting of Gay Men's Health Crisis' six founders in a living room. We think of the horrors they experienced, the courage they summoned as new activists and their historic legacy.

Will The Latest Preventive Measures Help Curb HIV Among Blacks?

The Huffington Post | Jessica Cumberbatch Anderson | Posted 07.27.2012 | Black Voices

Between the crisis levels of HIV among African-American women in D.C. and the disease's impact on black gay men, the conversations taking place at thi...

From The Sports Desk: Chasing An End To AIDS

David Ernesto Munar | Posted 09.25.2012 | Chicago
David Ernesto Munar

Conquering AIDS is now not unlike conquering a marathon -- it's a long road, no doubt, but with dedication, perseverance and sheer muscle (the political and fiscal kind) it's imminently doable.

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

Mark S. King | Posted 09.24.2012 | Gay 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.

Turning the Tide Together: How the Local Church Helps Fight the Aids Epidemic

Don Golden | Posted 07.24.2012 | Impact
Don Golden

In the past the Church has unfortunately missed many opportunities to reach out in compassion to those living with HIV/AIDS. But now that is changing; the Church is accepting and loving them and using their local organizational influence to make a difference.

Africa Revisited

Stephen Sinacore | Posted 07.23.2012 | DC
Stephen Sinacore

Africa is at a critical juncture. With new signs of economic progress, it is possible to envision a much different future for the continent. However, we are not there yet.

PHOTOS: AIDS Quilt, Global Conference Return To D.C.

AP | LAURAN NEERGAARD | Posted 09.21.2012 | DC

WASHINGTON — The world's largest AIDS conference returned to the U.S. on Sunday with a plea against complacency at a time when the epidemic is a...

A Rallying Cry

Janaye Ingram | Posted 09.19.2012 | Black Voices
Janaye Ingram

"Is marching still effective in 2012?" Yes. The problem is most people see no use for it until they are REALLY distressed by something and then they are motivated to march and rally.

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?