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Engagement Tours Offer Opportunity to Visit Innovative Organizations

Posted 19 juin 2013, 10:10 , by Guest

By the IAS 2013 Community Advisory Group

The Community Advisory Group (CAG) is excited to offer delegates the opportunity to see first-hand the work of some innovative Kuala Lumpur-based organizations through the Engagement Tours. Following the success and positive evaluations at previous IAS conferences, this year’s CAG has found four very interesting organizations where conference delegates can receive a guided tour – free of charge and limited to one tour per delegate. To register please email More...

IAS 2013 Media Training Session for Media Delegates

Posted 17 juin 2013, 10:51 , by Conference Secretariat

As was the case with previous editions of the IAS Conference, organizers will be holding a media training session prior to the IAS 2013 conference on Sunday 30 June, 10.00-12.00. Media training sessions form an important part of the pre-conference programme: the free event, open to all media delegates, is tailored to help participants get the most out of the conference, learn about the latest developments in HIV and hear from a range of speakers covering topics related to the conference. More...

Scholarships Support Wide Array of Delegates

Posted 12 juin 2013, 11:08 , by Conference Secretariat

Kuala Lumpur, a leader among Asian tiger economies, will bring close to 120 international and media scholarship recipients from five continents for the 7th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention (IAS 2013).

Committed to making the conference accessible to people from resource-limited settings and communities, researchers and students, the conference organizers selected these recipients from a pool of more than 1,200 applicants from 113 countries. They represent a broad array of scientific and medical disciplines, as well as community and media. The criteria used to determine scholarship recipients included country of work, personal profile (gender, age, etc.), occupation, type of organization and experience in the field. More...