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AIDS2010: People Living With HIV Set the Agenda

December 17, 2009

Do you want the world to know what you are doing in your community, organization, country on HIV? Come to present your experiences at AIDS2010 in Vienna! The Global Network of People Living With HIV (GNP+) calls on people living with HIV to share their knowledge and experience and submit abstracts and workshops to be presented at AIDS2010.

Are you a person living with HIV working on programmes focused on leadership and accountability or involving and empowering communities? Are you ready to share your best practices or can you help people with professional scientific development? Are you providing treatment, care or counseling for other people living with HIV? Do you work in prevention, help with testing, defend human rights, or in any other way to help improve the quality of life of people living with HIV?

GNP+ produced 3 briefs: How to apply for a scholarship; How to submit an abstract; and How to apply for a workshop. You can download them through the following links:

Note the deadline for scholarships, abstracts and workshops is 10th February 2010.

The Global Network of People Living With HIV (GNP+) is a global network for and by people living with HIV. GNP+ advocates to improve the quality of life of people living with HIV. GNP+ programmes are organised under four platforms: Empowerment; Human Rights; Positive Health, Dignity and Prevention; and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. www.gnpplus.net.




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