The forum of community led events, calls to action, resources and news around the 22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam. Tag your #AIDS2018 activities on social media to be featured on the AIDS 2018 community corner.
Bring your own protest to this International AIDS Conference tradition. March together to the opening of AIDS 2018 this July alongside activists, scientists, doctors and civil society leaders.
See the different activities taking place around Amsterdam during AIDS 2018 this July. Brought to you by the AIDS 2018 Local Charitable Giving partner HIV Vereniging Nederland.
No Pants No Problem (NPNP) are hosting a two day community arts workshop on 18 - 19 July. Help make banners for NPNP and the AIDS 2018 March, as well as installations for NPNP, activist interventions and the Positive Lounge.
Team PATA will be attending AIDS 2018 and will be hosting workshops, presenting posters, collaborating and launching its first Situational Analysis as well as a series of Child Survival Working Group Policy Briefs with UNICEF.
No Pants No Problem (NPNP) is a unique event that happens only once every two years in conjunction with the International AIDS Conference. This year's event will take place on Thursday 26 July in the historical De Marktkantine in Amsterdam. Visit the offical Facebook page via the link below for more information.
The Amsterdam Youth Force is looking for energetic, English-speaking moderators who are interested in moderating their live community radio station in the #AIDS2018 Global Village. Reach out to them on Twitter for more information.
The Amsterdam Youth Museum is looking for young artists and activists who would like to showcase their art at the International AIDS Conference this July. You can become a part of the AIDS 2018 Global Village by sharing your talent with other youth from around the world.
The European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG) is calling for organisations and activists to present at the European NGO booth at the AIDS 2018 Global Village in Amsterdam this July. Activities at the booth can include presentations, exhibitions, entertainment, and more.
Are you a lawyer, specialized in HIV and the law, or humanrights, and attending AIDS 2018 in Amsterdam? Volunteer your time at AIDS-Free World's Legal Consultation Center.
The Vixen, drag queen and contestant on season 10 of Ru Paul's Drag Rave recently talked to the Amsterdam Youth Force about life on PrEP, being in a mixed status relationship with boyfriend who is undetectable.
Youth against AIDS (YAA) recently presented their campaign with AIDS 2018 International Chair Linda-Gail Bekker in South Africa. YAA is inviting youth activists from South Africa to stand up for the concerns of their generation and take part in AIDS 2018 this July.
The International Council Of Aids Service Organizations (ICASO) takes a look at the ways in which the Dutch Government and community groups are responding and providing input to the upcoming International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam.
The Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP) and members are promoting meaningful participation and visibility of sex workers at AIDS 2018. This comprehensive document covers the ways sex workers can get involved at the conference this year.
Minus Virus, a leading HIV information hub for Eastern Europe and Central Asia is answering the important questions about AIDS 2018 this year.
Share your event or activity on social media with the #AIDS2018 hashtag for a chance to be featured on this page.
ICW's #AIDS2018 newsletter serves as the ICW platform for amplifying women and girl’s participation, representation and influence at AIDS 2018.
Julian Hows is a volunteer, activist, and employee who has been working in HIV since 1983. Over the coming months, Julian is sharing some tips and tricks on how to make the best of #AIDS2018 and your time in Amsterdam.
MSMGF’s Out With It pre-Meeting and reception is a day-long interactive youth-led event centered around innovative and new community-led solutions for the sexual health and rights of young gay and bisexual men.