News & Events

Event | 08 juil 2021

KA7 Relationships & Sex Education in Developmental Disabilities: Why it Matters?

Dr Georgia Pavlopoulou, founder of University College London Group for Research in Relationships in Neurodiversity, will present research evidence to support the need to flip the narrative when considering how disabled people connect with others and the reasons why supporting sex and relationships education should be a key priority when considering SEND students' wellbeing.

Event | 10 juin 2021

The Facts of Life, Youth, Sexuality and HIV

The side event at the 2021 High-Level Meeting on AIDS brings together young activists, politicians and experts to discuss the sexual and reproductive health and rights of adolescents and youth—what’s working, what isn’t and why—as a key element of the global HIV response, exploring the debate around access to services and information, sexual diversity, discrimination, sexual and gender-based violence and fears and concerns about young people’s sexuality.

Event | 29 juil 2022 - 02 aoû 2022

AIDS Conference 2022

Advances in COVID-19 science, particularly the rapid development of viable vaccines, have reinvigorated discussions around HIV prevention and treatment.

Event | 18 juil 2021 - 21 juil 2021

11th IAS Conference on HIV science

The 2021 IAS conference will connect researchers, health care providers and policy makers to strengthen the global HIV response in the face of the current global pandemic challenges.

Event | 19 nov 2021 - 21 nov 2021

IAAH 12th World Congress on Adolescent Health

The 12th IAAH World Congress on Adolescent Health will challenge you to think and respond differently as clinical and public health challenges are debated, alternative policies are explored and the latest adolescent health research is shared.

News | 30 mar 2020

Fatima talks about COVID-19

Meet Fatima from Zvandiri in Zimbabwe. She is here to talk to children and young people about COVID-19 and how to look after themselves and each other.

News | 04 sep 2018

Faces: How I survived being bullied

Launched in 2017 by Japan’s public broadcaster, FACES, an international project led by a group of public media organizations which aims to fight against bullying on a global scale.