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This session will incorporate four diverse perspectives on the intersections of diversity and engagement in HIV prevention and treatment services among young people. Photos and short videos will be used to provide rich contexts on the lives of presenters and how these contexts should be considered by all involved in the HIV response, including advocates, implementing partners, funders and ultimately governments.
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This session will explore the politics of decriminalization as part of a structural response to HIV. It will outline the aspects of science and the criminalization of sex work, drug use and sexual and gender identity, diversity and orientation. The session will address the effects of criminalization in the response to HIV.
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This session offers four perspectives on where we are and where we should go as we aim to end the HIV epidemic around the world. Speakers will take four distinct perspectives, each speaking across geographies and populations.
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The session will explore gender-affirming and gender-transformative approaches offering opportunities and tools to reach communities that are gender and sexually diverse in the global HIV response.
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This session will focus on successful strategies for implementing people-centred PrEP. It will share some innovative strategies to retain people on PrEP, such as integration into existing services, specifically family planning and STIs clinics.
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This session will provide an overview of people-centred integrated approaches that provide access to comprehensive services needed to prevent and treat co-occurring infections and conditions. It will provide an opportunity for participants to share best practices and strategies to develop integrated health programmes from three entry points: The criminal justice system, clinical care programmes and, community programmes and networks.
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This session will explore advances in HIV-related implementation research methods. It will include real-world examples to showcase the utility of these methods in optimizing the impact of HIV prevention and treatment responses. Topics that will be covered include implementation strategies for marginalized communities, methods such as behavioural economics, and implementation case studies from diverse settings.
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This session will explore how implementation of integrated comprehensive sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) is necessary to address the complex issues in the life of women living with HIV. Women living with HIV continue to face barriers created by gender, status in society, race inequities, isolation, gender-based violence and stigma. An integrated intervention using a gender analysis in the implementation of comprehensive SRHR and HIV programs shows the greatest impact individually, inter-personally, communally and socially for the lives of transgender, black cis and other women globally.
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This session will review new formulations for HIV treatment and prevention and what systems are needed to implement them, as well as analyse experiences from other fields for different populations.
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People living with HIV can now live longer than ever before, but they experience unique challenges while ageing. This session will bring together experts from different disciplines – epidemiology, the community, the clinic and basic research – for in-depth dialogue about all aspects of ageing and living with HIV.
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This session will provoke discussion on the various modes and structures that contribute to HIV-related stigma and discrimination. It will share information that will empower communities and enhances individual and community efforts to increase awareness of U=U as one strategy to address stigma and discrimination.
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The session will focus on how to leverage advances in digital technology to improve scale and efficiencies in the HIV response by involving young people and young social influencers who are transforming the way of approaching HIV.