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Everything You Need to Know About the 2012 International AIDS Conference!

July 13, 2012

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Everything You Need to Know About the 2012 International AIDS Conference!

Hello PWNers!! 

The International AIDS Conference is right around the corner and we have put together a list of must-do activities in DC, what to do before you leave, and a packing list to make sure you have everything you need for your big week in Washington, DC.

Before you get on that plane, train, bus or in that automobile to the nation's capitol make sure to use the PWN Packing List to be prepared and ready for action!

Part I

Before you leave for D.C.:

Part II

What to Bring:

Part III

PWN's day-by-day guide (where to find us)!!!

Every day: We'll be at the Women's Networking Zone in the Global Village hanging out, volunteering, and networking with women from around the world!

We'll also be in the Exhibit Hall! PWN and the 30 for 30 Campaign are sharing an exhibit booth. Come visit! Check out PWN's Count Me In! photo exhibit and campaign, our recently released HIV Prevention policy brief, and a bumper sticker! Pick up a red scarf and 30 for 30's new issue briefs, including a timely new release on the Affordable Care Act for Women! 

Saturday July 21st:

Sunday July 22nd: Join us at March on Washington at 2pm, then come hang out in the Women's Networking Zone to help out with setup. Then we'll be flyering outside the opening plenary.  Look for PWN's sexy pink and black Tshirts!

Monday July 23rd:

Tuesday July 24th:

Wednesday July 25th:

 Thursday July 26th:

6:30-8:30pm Choice Matters: Expanding the ARV-based prevention mix for Women AIDS 2012 satellite session featuring PWNers Dawn Averitt Bridge and Naina Khanna.

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