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AIDS 2012: The Global Fund: The Next 5 Years

Taking into account the recent organizational reforms, this session will discuss the strategic direction and future hopes of the Global Fund from the perspective of the recently appointed General Manager, implementing countries, members of civil society, and the donor community.

AIDS 2012: The Oldest Profession: Is Sex Work, Work?

The session will provide the basis for the legal, policy, labour and public health rationale for creating an enabling environment in which sex work is integrated into communities as simply another occupation.

AIDS 2012: Leadership in the AIDS Response for Women

This high-level special session is on leadership in the HIV response, with a focus on the critical role of leadership in improving the HIV response for women, their families, and their communities.

AIDS 2012: What Happened and What's Next?

On August 1, the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) held a briefing to assess the outcomes of the 2012 International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012), including its contributions to advancing key scientific, political, and advocacy agendas in the fight to end HIV/AIDS. Panelists included: Chris…

Helping People With HIV Navigate the Transition to ACA Coverage: Summary of a Roundtable Discussion

In March 2013, the Kaiser Family Foundation convened key HIV/AIDS stakeholders from a variety of backgrounds to explore opportunities for maximizing the beneficial impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) for people living with HIV and examine strategies to help them navigate the transition to new health coverage. This report summarizes the information shared and key issues discussed at the meeting.

An Overview of HIV/AIDS in Black America

Black Americans account for more HIV and AIDS cases, people estimated to be living with AIDS, and HIV-related deaths than any other racial/ethnic group in the U.S. Today, Black Americans make up about 12 percent of the U.S. population, but account for half of all new AIDS cases. And, despite…