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AIDS 2024 Conference

  • Munich and Online
  • 21 to 26 July 2024

The 25th International AIDS Conference, will convene thousands of people living with, affected by and working on HIV to share knowledge, best practices and lessons learnt from the HIV response over the past 40 years, as well as from the responses to COVID-19, mpox and other public health threats.

  • Published
  • 19 February 2024
Trans activists in discussion with the International Trans Fund at the AIDS 2022 Trans Networking Zone GATE logo
© AIDS 2022 Trans Networking Zone

AIDS 2024 in Munich, Germany, and virtually will provide a powerful platform to strategically align around a unified and equitable response to the pandemic. It will signal to the world that the HIV response is united behind an evidence-based approach that puts people first.

Trans Events at AIDS 2024

GATE has created a Trans Road Map for AIDS 2024 to help you navigate the conference more effectively by highlighting sessions that address critical issues and advancements pertinent to trans and gender diverse communities. GATE will also be hosting the Trans Networking Zone in the Global Village, which will be is a space for trans and gender diverse people, friends and allies to come together to relax, make new connections, and support one another at the AIDS 2024 Conference in Munich.

Organizing Committee

GATE is an Organizing Committee member for the AIDS 2024 conference. The AIDS 2024 Organizing Committee, together with the track members, provide overall planning and guidance for the development of the scientific programme at AIDS 2024. This includes curating the abstract-driven and invited-speaker sessions and identifying specific research to showcase at the conference.

Community Activities

The theme of AIDS 2024 is Put people first! AIDS 2024 will galvanize the scientific, policy and activist communities. The conference will support dialogue and participation through a team of community activist liaisons who will provide advice and assistance before and during the conference in accordance with the IAS principles and values of conference participation.

The Positive Lounge is a dedicated space for delegates from key populations and people living with and affected by HIV to recharge, refresh, relax and reconnect in a nurturing environment. It is designed to facilitate and support dialogue and discussion, with a balance between quiet relaxation and tailored activities. The Positive Lounge is located on the first floor West Entrance and offers views of the Munich skyline. 

Practical Information

Harm reduction and medical services will be available to all in-person delegates throughout the conference, provided by the IAS in collaboration with local harm reduction service facilities and medical professionals in Munich.