The 22nd International AIDS Conference will take place in Amsterdam from 23-27th July 2018.
The conference will explore topics such as innovations around HIV and substance use, epidemiology of indigenous populations, models of prevention, drugs and drug policy, and meeting the needs of young people from key populations.
A Global Village and Youth Programme is also in place which is open to the general public. The Global Village blends scientific sessions with cultural activities, live performances, networking zones, NGO booths, marketplace booths, and art exhibits.
A series of prizes will be announced at the event including three injecting drug use research awards, more information can be found on the website here.
Running co-currently to the main conference there will also be a series of engagement tours to find out more about practices and key issues in the Netherlands.
The conference will be attended by a wide range of researchers, those working in clinical settings and young people hoping to get involved in AIDS prevention.