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Working papers (www.aids2031.org)

• Official government justifications and public ARV provision: A comparison of Brazil,
Thailand and South Africa
• A cross-country analysis of the determinants of antiretroviral drug coverage
• Networks of influence: A theoretical review and proposed approach to AIDS
treatment activism
• Are country reputations for good and bad leadership on AIDS deserved?
• Transnational networks of influence in South African AIDS treatment activism
• Government leadership and ARV provision in developing countries
Video resources (www.aids2031.org)
• Leadership spotlight: Gracia Violeta Ross (Video)
• In March 2008, aids2031 brought 40 leaders, aged under 40, from around the world
for a Young Leaders Summit to discuss how to spark new leadership around AIDS
• A 2nd Young Leaders Summit, attracting 30 participants, was held in June 2009 in
Oslo, Norway. Meeting outcomes included a 5% for the Future campaign to have
donors commit to funding youth-led initiatives; the establishment of a Young Leaders
Fund to resource youth AIDS efforts; a Mentorship Hub for emerging leaders to
access; and research and guidelines on the need for more meaningful engagement
of young people living with HIV in policy and programs.
Science and technology
Working papers (www.aids2031.org)

• aids2031 Science and Technology Working Group: A review of progress to date and
current prospects
• HIV eradication: Is it feasible?
• Spurring innovation for the development of HIV/AIDS technologies
• Are you experienced? Using the latest lessons learned from marketing research on
consumer experience to improve the research and development of new HIV
prevention technologies
• Antiretroviral products for HIV prevention: Looking towards 2031
• Community engagement in HIV prevention trials: Evolution of the field and
opportunities for growth
• Emerging trends in HIV pathogenesis and treatment
• Increased access to diagnostic tests for HIV case management
Final report (www.aids2031.org)
• Advancing Science and Technology to Change the Future of the AIDS Pandemic: A
report from the aids2031 Science and Technology Working Group
Working papers (www.aids2031.org)

• The future role of the philanthropy sector fighting HIV & AIDS
• Cost-effective interventions that focus on most-at-risk populations
• Fiscal space and political space: Implications for aids2031
• HIV and AIDS programs: How they support health systems strengthening
• The evolution and future of donor assistance for HIV/AIDS
• The past, present and future of HIV/AIDS and resource allocation
• Assessing costing and prioritization in National AIDS Strategic Plans
• What works to prevent and treat AIDS: A review of cost-effectiveness literature with a
long-term perspective
• The cost of antiretrovirals: Maximizing value for money
• Strategic planning in Honduras: A case study
• Estimating long-term global resource needs for AIDS through 2031
Other publications
• The long-run costings and financing of HIV/AIDS in Cambodia (Results for
Development Institute)
• The long-run costings and financing of HIV/AIDS in South Africa (Results for
Development Institute and Centre for Economic Governance, and AIDS in Africa –
• Critical choices in financing the response to the global HIV/AIDS pandemic (Health
Affairs, Vol. 28, No. 6)
• Financing of HIV/AIDS programme scale-up in low-income and middle-income
countries, 2009–31 (The Lancet Vol. 376 October 9, 2010)
Final report (www.aids2031.org)
• Costs and Choices: Financing the long-term fight against AIDS
Social drivers
Working papers (www.aids2031.org)
• From risk-takers and victims to Young Leaders: Towards a different international
AIDS response for young people
• Know your global crisis: What the AIDS industry might learn from the population story
• Re-thinking schooling in Africa: Education in an era of HIV & AIDS
• Addressing social drivers of HIV/AIDS: Some conceptual, methodological, and
evidentiary considerations
Final report (www.aids2031.org)
• Revolutionizing the AIDS Response: Building AIDS Resilient Communities
Additional resources
• The emergence of effective “AIDS Response Coalitions”: A comparison of Uganda
and South Africa
• Building AIDS competent communities: Possibilities and challenges
• Sex, rights and the law in a world of AIDS - Meeting report and recommendations
• "This life is different": Street children's sexual realities & the APSA-Sexual Health
Intervention Program
• Caught between the tiger and the crocodile: The campaign to suppress human
trafficking and sexual exploitation in Cambodia
• Comprehensive LGBTQ-inclusive sexual health care for youth in state custody as a
human right: The Teen SENSE Initiative
• Gender, HIV/AIDS and the law in Zimbabwe
• Safe and consensual sex: Are women empowered enough to negotiate?
• Men's gender inequality perceptions influence their higher-risk sex in northern India
• Jessica Ogden, Understanding and Addressing Structural Factors in HIV Prevention,
2008 Mexico AIDS Conference (Video)
(Papers from the Social Drivers Working Group will be published in a Special Supplement of
Global Public Health in December 2011.)
Meetings and workshops
• The Social Drivers Working Group organized a Workshop on Mobilizing Social
Capital in a World with AIDS, in Salzburg, Austria in March 2009, attracting 23
participants. Findings from the workshop and panel discussion were presented in the
• Mobilizing social capital in a world with AIDS: Meeting report and recommendations
• Three workshops and public conversations were held in Senegal, Ghana and
Worcester, Mass, USA
Programmatic response
Working papers (www.aids2031.org)
• Is AIDS exceptional?
Final report (www.aids2031.org)
• Making choices, embracing complexity, driving and managing change: The HIV
programmatic response over the next generation
Additional resources (www.aids2031.org)
• November 2008 Constituency Consultation - Meeting recommendations
Working papers (www.aids2031.org)
• Future connect: A review of social networking today, tomorrow and beyond and
challenges for AIDS communicators
• Aids2031 Communication Working Group recommendations
• The Evolution of HIV/AIDS Communications – Executive Summary
Final report (www.aids2031.org)
• Aids2031 Communication Working Group final report.
Other publications
• Recommendations from the Communication Working Group were featured in the
Communication for Social Change (CFSC) on-line report (Mazi) in January 2010
together with a photo essay: Public Conversations in Cameroon About AIDS.
Additional resources
• The Communication Working Group also produced a Learning DVD entitled Public
Conversations for Social Change. It discusses how to facilitate public conversations
on sensitive community issues that may not be readily discussed in communities. It
includes examples on how to create safe spaces for discussions from public
conversations held in Mexico, Cameroon, Senegal, San Francisco, and Jamaica. The
DVD can be ordered from www.cfsc.org.
Hyperendemic Areas
Working papers (www.aids2031.org)
• After a series of readers meeting to support research the working group produced
two papers on Leadership and Financing as they relate to hyperendemic countries.
Final report (www.aids2031.org)
• Turning off the tap: Understanding and overcoming the HIV epidemic in Southern
Meetings and workshops
• The Hyperendemic Countries Working Group held consultative meetings with
stakeholders in Lesotho, Mozambique and South Africa (to meetings). A final meeting
to define the group’s legacy for the future is planned to take place soon.
Countries in Rapid Economic Transition
Several members of the working group have produced papers based on the group’s work,
• Migration, mobility and health behaviours: What impact on the future of AIDS in Asia
by Michael Chai
• Asia’s New Youth: The Awakening of ICT and its Impact on AIDS by James Chau
• Emerging Drugs of Abuse in Asia by Jing Jun
Final report (www.aids2031.org)
• Asian economies in rapid transition: HIV now and through 2031
Working papers (www.aids2031.org)
• Costing the National HIV/AIDS Response to 2031 and Modeling its Impact to 2031 in
South Africa – Considering Different Scale-up Scenarios (publication in progress)
• Modeling the HIV pandemic up to 2031: from an epidemic to an endemic disease
Additional resources (www.aids2031.org)
• Geoff Garnett, interview at the Mexico AIDS Conference (Video)
Meetings and workshops
• Results from the Modelling Group were presented at July 2009 conference of the
International Society for STD Research in an oral session on Modeling the Future of
the HIV Pandemic
• The Modelling Group made two presentations and mounted a poster display at
AIDS2031 in Vienna, July 2010
• The Modelling Group held a workshop in London in April 2009 the main papers from
which were developed into a supplement for the BMJ publication Sexually
Transmitted Infections.
• Modelling group results were also presented to the Institute of Medicine Committee
on Envisioning a Long-term Strategy for HIV.
Video and broadcast media (www.aids2031.org)
Love in the Time of HIV (BBC World TV Series)
• Tender Moments: The story of Tender Mavundla, 27-year-old singer from Soweto.
• From Russia: Exploring the love and relationships among a group of young friends in
St Petersburg who have HIV.
• I Love New York: Christina talks openly about how she copes with her treatment
• A Positive Match: Following two women as they prepare for the future.
• Labour of Love: Andrew, a haemophiliac who was injected with contaminated blood,
contracted HIV when he was a child.
• Frika Chia Iskandar, Coordinator, WAPN+
• Dr. Stefano Bertozzi, Chair, aids2031 Steering Committee
• Geoff Garnett, PhD, Co-convener, aids2031 Modelling Working Group
• Nonkosi Khumalo, Chairperson, Treatment Action Campaign's National Executive
• Sir George Alleyne, aids2031 International Advisory Group
• Violeta Ross, AIDS activist, Bolivia
• Kevin Frost, CEO amFAR
• Frika Chia Iskandar, Coordinator, WAPN+
• Dr. Stefano Bertozzi, Chair, aids2031 Steering Committee
• Geoff Garnett, PhD, Co-convener, aids2031 Modelling Working Group
• Nonkosi Khumalo, Chairperson, Treatment Action Campaign's National Executive
• Sir George Alleyne, aids2031 International Advisory Group
• Violeta Ross, AIDS activist, Bolivia
• Kevin Frost, CEO amFAR
• Dr. Anthony Fauci, aids2031 International Advisory Group, Looking to the Future: The
Epidemic in 2031 and New Directions in AIDS Research
• Peter Piot, Ex-officio Member, aids2031 Steering Committee, Coming to Terms with
Complexity: A Call to Action for HIV Prevention
• Jessica Ogden, aids2031 Social Drivers Working Group, Understanding and
Addressing Structural Factors in HIV Prevention
• aids2031 Launch, Davos, Switzerland, Jan. 2008
• Changing the Face of the Pandemic by 2031
• I am a leader because...
• What do these issues have to do with AIDS?
• Profile: San Francisco and the AIDS Response


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