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International AIDS Society

Conference Programme

The AIDS 2010 Conference Programme seeks to promote scientific excellence and inquiry, encourage individual and collective action, foster multisectoral dialogue and constructive debate, and reinforce accountability amongst all stakeholders. Sessions will focus on the latest issues in HIV science, policy and practice and will also seek to share key research findings, lessons learned, best practices, as well as identify gaps in knowledge. The conference will feature abstract-driven sessions, a daily plenary session, a variety of symposia sessions, skills building workshops, and independently organized satellite meetings. In addition, the conference programme will include a number of programme activities, such as the Global Village and the Youth Programme, which are an integral aspect of the International AIDS Conference.

The AIDS 2010 Programme Committee is an international committee of experts and professionals with exceptional experience in their respective fields. These individuals will work together to construct a balanced and representative conference programme. The Joint Programme Committee met for the first time in May 2009 to begin the programme building process.

This webpage will be updated regularly and reflect advances in the conference programme.

The Programme-at-a-Glance (PAG) offers a full, searchable schedule of all conference activities and is now available here. The PAG allows you to view activities by day, location or roadmaps focused on specific areas of interest. Links to full abstracts, slides, speeches and online coverage will be added starting 17 July. 

A pdf version of the programme is available for download here.


Roadmaps group sessions into 29 interest areas. Pdf available here.