Support from businesses

More and more businesses are supporting and helping charity, NGOs and other admirable causes. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) began to take hold in the beginning in USA in the 1970s. The concept of a “social contract” between business and society Read More …

Non Abstract Driven Sessions

The non-abstract driven sessions will further address a variety of current viewpoints and issues. These sessions will be distributed throughout the Conference program. The type and focus of the sessions will vary. Plenary Sessions The world’s most distinguished researchers, community Read More …

Community Program

The first day of the conference with the sub theme of ”Access to resources: Commitment and Accountability”. The report covers a variety of sessions from the Symposia, debates, Global Village and reflections on the plenary written by members of the Read More …

Skills Building Program

Accessible Learning and Living for All There are over 80 skills building workshops offered at the XV International AIDS Conference. Each workshop incorporates one or more of the following categories carefully crafted by the Skills Building Working Group – eighteen Read More …

Cultural Program

The Cultural program of the Conference will be an embedded and interactive part of the program, providing opportunities to explore expressions, feelings and being part of the solution in living and fighting with HIV/AIDS. The program aims to make the Read More …

Community Outreach Initiative

Thailand has a vibrant and varied grass-root NGO movement, with a strong PHA network and over 200 organisations working on HIV/AIDS issues within communities. A range of outreach activities are being prepared across the country to draw communities into the Read More …

Opening and Closing Ceremonies

The Opening Ceremony will take place in the Arena at IMPACT at 19.00 on Sunday, 11 July 2004. All registered delegates, registered accompanying persons, exhibitors, and media are welcome. The Closing Ceremony will be held immediately after the Rapporteur Session Read More …