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World AIDS Day Event   

AIDS: Taking a long term view

Date: Wednesday 1 December 2010
Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Venue: John Snow Lecture Theatre, LSHTM, Keppel Street , London WC1E 7HT

 The session features a preview of the forthcoming aids2031 book "AIDS: Taking a long-term view", to be published by FT Science Press and available from December 13.


  aids2031 is a consortium of partners who came together to look at what we have learned about the AIDS response in the first three decades chart options to achieve the best possible outcome for the future. The year 2031 will mark 50 years of AIDSaids2031 is not about what we should do in 2031, but what we can do differently now, to change the face of the pandemic by 2031.  (www.aids2031.org)


  • Peter Piot, Director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and former Executive Director of UNAIDS

  • Geoffrey Garnett, Professor, Imperial College London, chair of the aids2031 Modeling Group

  • Justin Parkhurst, Lecturer in Health Policy, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, aids2031 Working Group on Social Drivers

  • Alvaro Bermejo, Executive Director, International AIDS Alliance, aids2031 working group on Financing and costing

  • Peter Colenso, Head of Human Development Department, Policy Division, DFID2

Moderator:        Heidi Larson, aids2031 Director

AIDS: Taking a long-term view takes a long-term view of the pandemic’s possible progress according to a variety of scenarios which anticipate funding changes, potential, yet uncertain, breakthrough discoveries, virus evolution, legal reform and political and social changes. The book concludes with a comprehensive set of recommendations.



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