La conférence organisée à Port Elizabeth (Afrique du Sud) par la Social Aspects of HIV and Aids Research Alliance (SAHARA) a pour titre Are we turning the tide on HIV/AIDS ? - Social, Political and Economic Landscape of HIV Prevention and Response.
Appel à communications jusqu’au 22 août 2011
Extrait de la présentation en ligne :
"The SAHARA Conference is an outstanding forum which brings together researchers, policy makers, donors and international organizations, civil society, and communities (including people living with HIV/Aids) to :
exchange information, views and experiences on recent advances in the field of social aspects of HIV/Aids ;
ediscuss problems that need to be explored regarding the social aspects of HIV and AIDS, including obstacles to the application of what is known ;
elook for effective approaches to those problems and obstacles, including enabling policies for the scale-up of proven interventions ;
emake professional contacts ; and
ekeep track of what - and who - is current in the field.
This conference is not the standard scientific conference, and will be like no other. It is the largest conference of its kind : going beyond the boundaries of biomedical paradigms and bringing together those involved in producing research and those at the center of the epidemic (epidemiologists, medical doctors, social scientists, etc.) in an interdisciplinary, multi-stage, and multi-sector environment ; with a strong Africa focus ; and involving real, local people on the ground.[...]
Abstracts are invited on the following track themes :
Track 1 : HIV/AIDS Epidemiology
Track 2 : HIV/AIDS and Human Rights
Track 3 : HIV prevention
Track 4 : Most at Risk Populations
Track 5 : ccessibility, Uptake and Adherence to Treatment
Track 6 : Political Accountability in the Aids Response."