The 23rd International AIDS Conference will take place virtually from July 6 to July 10, 2020 with pre-conference events beginning June 30. Throughout AIDS 2020 there will be free events that are open to everyone as well as events for those with conference registration.
This guidewas compiled by San Francisco AIDS Foundation to highlight the work of scientists, service providers, artists, and advocates in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you would like to add your event, please contact email@example.com.
Events in the Global Village are free and open to the public. No conference registration is required. However, you will be required to create a conference account to access the Global Village. This includes providing a name and email address, using a verification code that will be sent to your email address, creating a password, and agreeing to the terms and conditions. You only need to do all this once; on subsequent visits you will just need to enter your email address and password.
AIDS 2020 Scholarships Available for all California Residents!
The AIDS 2020 Local Planning Group is pleased to announce that we have a number of scholarships available for people in California interested in the HIV/AIDS field who would like to attend the 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020) July 6-10, and who have not yet registered. These scholarships are available for regular attendees, youths (aged 18-25 years), students and postdoctoral candidates through a competitive process. The scholarships have been made possible due to the generosity of our Local Impact Partners—Gilead Sciences, Chevron, Walgreens, Magellan Cares Foundation, and Dignity Health—who are working with us to ensure our community members are represented and have access to the latest science, policy, and networking opportunities that will be shared at AIDS 2020. We gratefully acknowledge the support of these partners.
The scholarship application process ends on June 12, so, if you are interested, please complete the application as soon as possible. *please note that while the application specifies Bay Area Residents, these scholarships are now available for all Californians.
The AIDS 2020 Local Abstract Mentoring Program (AIDS 2020 L-AMP) is a service offered by the AIDS 2020 Local Planning Group consisting of free interactive mentoring for local organizations and individuals who wish to submit an abstract and present their work at the conference.
Local professionals will be paired with local volunteer academic partners to help raise the voices and experiences of our community at the conference.
WHAT THE PROGRAM OFFERS
Accepted applicants will be paired with a local researcher and will receive free consultation, guidance, and abstract drafting tips for the opportunity to showcase your work on an international stage. Collaborate with other researchers for joint submittals. Engage in mutual learning with researcher collaborators.
HOW TO APPLY
Apply for the program by sending an email to: AIDS2020.LocalAMP@gmail.com
by Friday, December 6th. The L-AMP is open to all Bay Area organizations, CBOs, NGOs, government and/or clinic partners.
The Local Planning Group Steering Committee, Scientific Engagement Working Group, and the Community Access and Engagement Working Group.
Questions? Contact the L-AMP program OR APPLY by emailing AIDS2020.LocalAMP@gmail.com
Our second set of Town Halls will be taking place on Thursday, November 7th from 5PM to 7PM in San Francisco and Saturday, November 9th from 12PM to 2PM in Oakland.
The program will address how to support key populations in our communities in abstract submission, scholarship application and conference participation. We will also have a panel discussion on the current State of the Epidemic in the Bay Area followed by a Q&A session.
The AIDS2020 Town Halls are open to the public. They are an opportunity for anyone with questions or concerns about the 23rd International AIDS Conference taking place in San Francisco and Oakland in July 2020 to learn more about conference structure, history, and planning.
We are currently seeking to hire a Project Associate to help support and coordinate all our activities. The ideal candidate has experience working across multiple timelines and tight deadlines, has a background in public health, political and/or social advocacy and event planning experience. This would be a part-time contract position that transitions from 25 hours per week to 35 hours in the weeks leading up to AIDS 2020. Click on the link below to read the full job description.