Questions about the role that religion and faith-based organizations (FBO) can play in addressing the HIV/AIDS epidemic have been few during this IAC.
The Global Village at Mexico City offers attendants, regardless of official status or ability to pay the IAC registration fee, the chance to make the conference their own.
An unprecedented declaration by Latin American and Caribbean governments prior to the start of the International AIDS Conference commits governments to supporting comprehensive sex education as a foundation for stemming the tide of HIV.
Sex workers’ advocacy groups shared strategies for funding at the International AIDS Conference.
Is the focus on gender-based violence at the Ecumenical Pre-Conference an encouraging sign that churches are moving past patriarchy and coming to term with a reality that affects an estimated 1 in 3 women worldwide?
At the Mexico City Youth Force Pre-Conference, we are readying ourselves to fight the battle against HIV and AIDS as our generation matures.
At the International AIDS Conference, a broad global consensus supports the integration of reproductive health services in HIV prevention, while the U.S. government remains reluctant to acknowledge these crucial linkages.
When will the world’s leaders gathered at the International AIDS Conference realize that young women are a priority concern in stopping the HIV/AIDS pandemic?
Tens of thousands of activists from around the world are convening in Mexico City for the 17th International AIDS Conference, including over a thousand youth.