May 19, 2016
Written by IAS
This post originally appeared on the AIDS 2016 website. Reposted with permission.
Just as the 2000 International AIDS Conference in Durban served as a catalyst for global treatment advocacy and access, the return of the conference to Durban this year will be a defining moment to establish a clear path toward guaranteeing that no one is left behind in the AIDS response.
Each International AIDS Conference has served as a landmark moment in the HIV response. Now we must define the legacy of the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016). As we make our way towards the road to Durban and beyond, we have gone out and asked experts some of the essential questions that we must address at AIDS 2016. Through the Big Questions to Drive Action campaign, we’ll be sharing key insights from experts and leaders to help provide a clearer direction for a path forward.
Join us and share your answers to some of the guiding questions! Take a photo or a video of yourself answering one of the Big Questions to Drive Action listed below, and share it to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using #AIDS2016.