In keeping with ODI tradition, these meetings promise to be stimulating discussions at which academics, policy makers and practitioners will have the opportunity to share their points of view.
The first meeting, ‘Do Big Plans Help Big Numbers? Lessons and Challenges in HIV/AIDs’, was fully booked. Speakers from World Health Organisation (WHO); the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR); UNAIDS; Western Cape Department of Health, South Africa; The Lighthouse Trust, Malawi; and the International HIV/AIDS Alliance created a stimulating debate. You can read a full meeting summary and download audio here http://www.odi.org.uk/speeches/aids_06/7%20June/index.html.
The second meeting, ‘HIV/AIDs among conflict affected and displaced populations: Dispelling myths and taking action’ attracted a broad audience to hear speakers from UNHCR and Medicins Sans Frontiers. Meeting summary and audio available here:
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ODI policy focused Briefing papers will be available before the 16th International Aids Conference and will be posted here: