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Conference OverviewCOMMUNITY PROGRAMME COMMITTEE (CPC)10 May 2013 - AFAOBRENT ALLAN –LOCAL CO-CHAIR
BACKGROUND: IAC• The largest regular conference on anyhealth or development issue.• A unique forum for the interaction ofs...
BASIC FACTS: IAC• Numbers• 17-20,000 delegates for 6 days• Breadth• researchers/health professionals• people living with H...
A key platform for activism impacts the publicopinion, politicians, research, and pharmaindustryIAC is the largest scienti...
High level leaders andtheir commitments are important
....up to 1,200 mediarepresentatives…15,000 articles from an IAC keeps HIVhigh on the global political agenda…
Durban, 2000Access to treatment inlow income countriesSOME EXAMPLES OF ENDURING LEGACIES FROM THE IACBangkok, 2004Criminal...
WHAT LEGACY DOWHAT LEGACY DOYOU WANT TOYOU WANT TOSEE FROM AIDSSEE FROM AIDS2014?2014?
AIDS 2012 SNAPSHOT• 23,767 participants• 17,066 delegates• 1,904 media• 851 scholarships• 3,887 abstracts accepted out of1...
AIDS 2014 | 20-25 JULY 2014 | MELBOURNE,AUSTRALIAAIDS 2014 CommitteeCompositionCommunityProgrammeCommitteeCommunityProgram...
AIDS 2014 OPPORTUNITIES - CPC• Themes which resonate differentially locally,regionally and globally• Better access to the ...
AIDS 2014 - DRAFT CPC VISION• Our vision is focused upon the greater involvement and meaningfulengagement of people living...
AIDS 2014– DRAFT CPCPRIORITY POPULATIONSThe Community Programme, while reflecting the inclusive human familyaffected by th...
CPC - communities to be profiled atAIDS 2014• People living with HIV• Young people• Men who have sex with men (MSM)• Sex w...
CPC - other key communities to focusupon• Gay communities• Older people (+50 years)• Orphans and vulnerable children• Olde...
ProgrammeActivitiesProgrammeActivitiesProgrammeSessionsProgrammeSessionsProfessionalDevelopmentWorkshopsProfessionalDevelo...
GLOBAL VILLAGE/YOUTHWORKING GROUP• The Global Village is a space for community to highlight theapplication of science and ...
WORKSHOPS WORKING GROUP• The conference will offer 60 workshops that willpromote and enhance opportunities for knowledgetr...
SCHOLARSHIPS• The Scholarship Review Committee isresponsible for ensuring the overarchingCCC scholarship criteria are bein...
RED RIBBON AWARDS• The Red Ribbon Award is designed to honour and celebratecommunity based organizations for their outstan...
COMMUNITY ORGANISEDEVENTSAffiliated Independent Events• Not clashing with the program• HIV related• Application process on...
WHAT TO DO TO PREPARE?• Service continuity plans – service influx• Securing partners for abstract andworkshop submissions•...
AIDS 2014 KEY DATESMonth ActivityJune 2013 • CPC decides upon 2-3 key topics and speakers forplenariesJuly-September2013• ...
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Brent Allan, Local Co-Chair of the Community Programme Committee for AIDS 2014, provides an overview of the plans for the conference with suggestions for how Australian organisations can be involved.

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  • AIDS 2014 | 20-25 July 2014 | Melbourne, Australia
  • Select Reps to sit on the other committees LAPC responsible for how it relates to CPC SPC responsible for how it relates to CPC CPC Brent (local) Khartini (regional) Yolanda (intl) Claire (intl) Tony (intl) Kate (UNAIDS) Marama (local) AIDS 2014 | 20-25 July 2014 | Melbourne, Australia
  • AIDS 2014 | 20-25 July 2014 | Melbourne, Australia
  • AIDS 2014 | 20-25 July 2014 | Melbourne, Australia
  • AIDS 2014 | 20-25 July 2014 | Melbourne, Australia
  • Global Village/Youth Working Group The Global Village is a space for community to highlight the application of science and good leadership. It is a space that invites conference participants to see how science translates into community action and intervention. It is also a space to strengthen the participation of youth and the profile of youth issues in the conference. Develop key objectives and criteria for the application, review and selection process Identify potential programming ideas and initiatives Review and select submitted applications Workshops Working Group The conference will offer 60 workshops that will promote and enhance opportunities for knowledge transfer, skills development and collaborative learning. 20 of the workshops will be designed by the Programme Committees and the Conference Coordinating Committee. Each programme committee (the CPC, LAPC and SPC) will design 5 workshops. The CCC will also have five workshops slots available. The remaining workshops (40) will be selected from proposals submitted through the conference website. The proposals will be reviewed by an independent reviewing committee with each proposal assessed by at least two reviewers. The final selection will be conducted by the professional development workshop working group. Global Village/Youth Working Group Each programme activity (PA) is coordinated by a working group. The purpose of the working groups is to provide overall planning and guidance for the development of the Global Village (GV) and Youth Programmes to take place at the International AIDS Conference, within the theme and objectives decided by the CCC. The CCC can decide not to run one or both of the two programmes. Workshops The conference will offer 60 workshops that will promote and enhance opportunities for knowledge transfer, skills development and collaborative learning. Twenty of the workshops will be designed by the Programme Committees and the Conference Coordinating Committee. Each programme committee (the CPC, LAPC and SPC) will design five workshops. The CCC will also have five workshops slots available. The remaining workshops (40) will be selected from proposals submitted through the conference website. The proposals will be reviewed by an independent reviewing committee with each proposal assessed by at least two reviewers. The final selection will be conducted by the professional development workshop working group.   Members two CPC members; two LAPC members; two SPC members; and one CCC member. Scholarships The Scholarship Review Committee is responsible for ensuring the overarching CCC scholarship criteria are being met and review general delegate scholarship applications. Their task is to work with the secretariat to review all General scholarship applications to ensure the selection process does not rely completely on the automated system.   Members one Programme Committee representative; two International Civil Society Partner representatives, one of which should be an institutional memory role from a previous conference. Red Ribbon The Red Ribbon Award, presented every two years at the International AIDS Conference, is designed to honour and celebrate community based organizations for their outstanding initiatives that show leadership in reducing the spread and impact of AIDS. The award is a joint effort of the UNAIDS family and as such a Red Ribbon Award Special Session is coordinated by UNAIDS at the conference. A Special Session in the official programme is allocated to celebrating the RRA winners and focus on community issues. The Community Dialogue hosted by the winners is located in the Global Village.   Three civil society partners serving on the CCC also serve on the RRA/CDS working group. The working group members of the RRA working group will select one Co-chair among the members. The RRA Secretariat member will serve as the other Co-chair.   Members three civil society members of the CCC one CPC member; one LAPC member one SPC member (optional) one Global Village working group member one UNAIDS Co-sponsor one RRA Secretariat staff (Co-chair) one IAS representative one RRA donor representative (observer - optional)   AIDS 2014 | 20-25 July 2014 | Melbourne, Australia
  • AIDS 2014 | 20-25 July 2014 | Melbourne, Australia
  • AIDS 2014 | 20-25 July 2014 | Melbourne, Australia
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    1. 1. Conference OverviewCOMMUNITY PROGRAMME COMMITTEE (CPC)10 May 2013 - AFAOBRENT ALLAN –LOCAL CO-CHAIR
    2. 2. BACKGROUND: IAC• The largest regular conference on anyhealth or development issue.• A unique forum for the interaction ofscience, community and leadership.• A mechanism to strengthen anevidence-based policy andprogrammatic response to theepidemic.• An opportunity to intensify politicaland financial commitments to AIDS,and provide leadership on the national,
    3. 3. BASIC FACTS: IAC• Numbers• 17-20,000 delegates for 6 days• Breadth• researchers/health professionals• people living with HIV and AIDS• Political leaders• welcoming activists• Truly global• unlike most other health related conference• large scholarship programme
    4. 4. A key platform for activism impacts the publicopinion, politicians, research, and pharmaindustryIAC is the largest scientific conference on HIV(6000 abstracts presented, 70% of sessions)
    5. 5. High level leaders andtheir commitments are important
    6. 6. ....up to 1,200 mediarepresentatives…15,000 articles from an IAC keeps HIVhigh on the global political agenda…
    7. 7. Durban, 2000Access to treatment inlow income countriesSOME EXAMPLES OF ENDURING LEGACIES FROM THE IACBangkok, 2004Criminal justice andpublic healthVienna, 2010Injecting drug use andharm minimisationMexico, 2008Homosexuality andcriminalisation
    8. 8. WHAT LEGACY DOWHAT LEGACY DOYOU WANT TOYOU WANT TOSEE FROM AIDSSEE FROM AIDS2014?2014?
    9. 9. AIDS 2012 SNAPSHOT• 23,767 participants• 17,066 delegates• 1,904 media• 851 scholarships• 3,887 abstracts accepted out of12,433 submitted• 183 countries represented• 49% North America• 22% sub Saharan Africa• >70% of delegates were healthcare workers, researchers, policyadministrators and media• 77,945 visits to the conferencewebsite (70.5% rise from 2010)• HUBS – 6,700 + participantsinvolved in 41 countries at morethan 150 events
    10. 10. AIDS 2014 | 20-25 JULY 2014 | MELBOURNE,AUSTRALIAAIDS 2014 CommitteeCompositionCommunityProgrammeCommitteeCommunityProgrammeCommittee1 memberappointed byLocal andRegional Partners1 memberappointed byLocal andRegional Partners2 membersappointed byInternationalPartners/IAS2 membersappointed byInternationalPartners/IASLAPCRepresentativeLAPCRepresentativeSPCRepresentativeSPCRepresentative3 Co-ChairsLocalRegionalInternational3 Co-ChairsLocalRegionalInternational1 memberappointed byUNAIDS1 memberappointed byUNAIDSLeadership &AccountabilityProgrammeCommitteeLeadership &AccountabilityProgrammeCommittee1 memberappointed byLocal andRegional Partners1 memberappointed byLocal andRegional Partners2 membersappointed byInternationalPartners/IAS2 membersappointed byInternationalPartners/IASCPCRepresentativeCPCRepresentativeSPCRepresentativeSPCRepresentative3 Co-ChairsLocalRegionalInternational3 Co-ChairsLocalRegionalInternational1 memberappointed byUNAIDS1 memberappointed byUNAIDSScientificProgrammeCommitteeScientificProgrammeCommittee3 Co-ChairsLocal/RegionalInternationalIAS3 Co-ChairsLocal/RegionalInternationalIASCPC RepresentativeCPC RepresentativeLAPC RepresentativeLAPC Representative2 Track B Co-ChairsLocal/RegionalInternational2 Track B Co-ChairsLocal/RegionalInternational2 Track A Co-ChairsLocal/RegionalInternational2 Track A Co-ChairsLocal/RegionalInternational2 Track E Co-ChairsLocal/RegionalInternational2 Track E Co-ChairsLocal/RegionalInternational2 Track D Co-ChairsLocal/RegionalInternational2 Track D Co-ChairsLocal/RegionalInternational2 Track C Co-ChairsLocal/RegionalInternational2 Track C Co-ChairsLocal/RegionalInternational
    11. 11. AIDS 2014 OPPORTUNITIES - CPC• Themes which resonate differentially locally,regionally and globally• Better access to the global village for delegates andpublic• Increased prominence of gay male identities andcultures• Increased participation from marginalisedcommunities – sex workers, IDU, prisoners, sexuallydiverse cultures• Increased dialogues between civil society, politicaland clinical streams in the conference – hypotheticaland hot house sessions• Ensure evidence based programs get highlighted butalso increase a focus upon innovation,entrepreneurial and promising practices
    12. 12. AIDS 2014 - DRAFT CPC VISION• Our vision is focused upon the greater involvement and meaningfulengagement of people living with HIV who we recognize have been at thevanguard of AIDS responses around the world for the past three decades.• We are committed to a conference programme that provides a positive learningexperience for all participants and translates words into actions that are a catalyst forchange. We will strive for transparency and accountability throughout our work asa committee. • We will celebrate the successes of the global community responses to HIV and buildupon what has been shown to work. We will support the innovation, creativity andthe extraordinary potential of partnerships that have exemplified thecommunity response to HIV. We will seek opportunities to link diverse communitiestogether, to build and reinforce networks and to learn from each other.• Our work is unfinished business and we seek the explicit political will, commitment andnecessary resources to achieve universal access to treatment, prevention,care and support and to tackle the human rights abuses, criminalisation, stigma anddiscrimination which continue to differentially drive HIV infections locally, regionallyand globally.• We believe in an inclusive human family -- embracing the most vulnerable andmarginalized, acknowledging each individual’s humanity, and ensuring that no one getsleft behind in our collective efforts to end AIDS.
    13. 13. AIDS 2014– DRAFT CPCPRIORITY POPULATIONSThe Community Programme, while reflecting the inclusive human familyaffected by the epidemic, will embrace the most vulnerable andmarginalized populations in the response.All over the world there are populations who are at higher risk of beinginfected or affected by HIV and play a key role in how HIV spreads.Their involvement, locally and globally, is vital for an effective andsustainable response to HIV. Their vulnerability to HIV is a result of acombination of factors that may differ from region to region, fromcommunity to community, etc. and that may limit their access toculturally appropriate prevention, care, and treatment services.
    14. 14. CPC - communities to be profiled atAIDS 2014• People living with HIV• Young people• Men who have sex with men (MSM)• Sex workers• People who inject drugs• Prisoners• Women• Transgendered individuals• Indigenous people
    15. 15. CPC - other key communities to focusupon• Gay communities• Older people (+50 years)• Orphans and vulnerable children• Older people living with HIV• Young people born with HIV• People who buy or trade for sex• Ethnic minorities• People with disabilities• Migrant and mobile populations• Homeless• Family members, partners and friends of PLHIV• Those at the front lines of HIV healthcare, prevention servicesand community mobilization• Those that advocate, legislate ad negotiate on behalf of PLHIV
    16. 16. ProgrammeActivitiesProgrammeActivitiesProgrammeSessionsProgrammeSessionsProfessionalDevelopmentWorkshopsProfessionalDevelopmentWorkshopsAbstract Driven SessionsAbstract Driven SessionsOral AbstractPresentationsOral AbstractPresentationsNon Abstract DrivenSessionsNon Abstract DrivenSessionsOral PosterDiscussionsOral PosterDiscussionsSpecial/RegionalSessionsSpecial/RegionalSessionsPlenary SessionsPlenary SessionsRapporteur &Closing SessionRapporteur &Closing SessionOpening SessionOpening SessionSymposia SessionsSymposia SessionsBridging SessionsBridging SessionsAIDS 2014 CONFERENCE PROGRAMMEScientific SkillsScientific SkillsCommunity SkillsCommunity SkillsLeadership SkillsLeadership SkillsPerformancesand FilmScreeningsPerformancesand FilmScreeningsSessions andworkshopsSessions andworkshopsNGO BoothsNGO BoothsNetworkingZonesNetworkingZonesMarketplaceBoothsMarketplaceBoothsArt ExhibitsArt ExhibitsPoster ExhibitionPoster Exhibition40702~32~10~1654,00040 Public/20 DesignedPublic Submissions1~ 23~ 28~ 27~ 90~ 50~ 50
    17. 17. GLOBAL VILLAGE/YOUTHWORKING GROUP• The Global Village is a space for community to highlight theapplication of science and good leadership. It is a space that invitesconference participants to see how science translates intocommunity action and intervention. It is also a space to strengthenthe participation of youth and the profile of youth issues in theconference.• This section of the conference is open to the public.• The working group develops key objectives and criteria for theapplication, review and selection process of activities.• Identifies potential programming ideas and initiatives.• Review and select submitted applications.
    18. 18. WORKSHOPS WORKING GROUP• The conference will offer 60 workshops that willpromote and enhance opportunities for knowledgetransfer, skills development and collaborativelearning.• Each programme committee (the CPC, LAPC andSPC) will design 5 workshops. The CCC will alsohave five workshops slots available. N=20• The remaining workshops (40) will be selected fromproposals submitted through the conference website.The proposals will be reviewed by an independentreviewing committee with each proposal assessed byat least two reviewers. The final selection will beconducted by the professional developmentworkshop working group.
    19. 19. SCHOLARSHIPS• The Scholarship Review Committee isresponsible for ensuring the overarchingCCC scholarship criteria are being met andreview general delegate scholarshipapplications.• Their task is to work with the secretariat toreview all general scholarship applications toensure the selection process does not relycompletely on the automated system.
    20. 20. RED RIBBON AWARDS• The Red Ribbon Award is designed to honour and celebratecommunity based organizations for their outstandinginitiatives that show leadership in reducing the spread andimpact of AIDS.• The award is a joint effort of the UNAIDS family and as sucha Red Ribbon Award Special Session is coordinated byUNAIDS at the conference. A Special Session in the officialprogramme is allocated to celebrating the RRA winners andfocus on community issues. The Community Dialoguehosted by the winners is located in the Global Village.
    21. 21. COMMUNITY ORGANISEDEVENTSAffiliated Independent Events• Not clashing with the program• HIV related• Application process on the AIDS 2014website soon• Cultural activities• Candlelight Vigil• Public forums• Business sponsored events• Mobilisation March• Fundraising activities• General public education• Volunteer opportunities – get in quick!• Warm clothes depot• Home billeting options• Positive Lounge• AIDS Footy match• Dance party
    22. 22. WHAT TO DO TO PREPARE?• Service continuity plans – service influx• Securing partners for abstract andworkshop submissions• Visa “over-stayers”• Managing staff participation• Other?
    23. 23. AIDS 2014 KEY DATESMonth ActivityJune 2013 • CPC decides upon 2-3 key topics and speakers forplenariesJuly-September2013• CPC decides upon 5 workshops/symposia and 2bridging sessionsNovember2013• Affiliated Independent Events and Abstract MentorProgramme submissions openDecember2013• Opening of: Abstract submissions/ Registrations/Accommodation bookings/ Workshop applications/Global Village applications/ Youth Programmeapplications/ Satellites applications/ Exhibitionapplications/ scholarship applicationFebruary2014• Registrations standard fee deadlineMarch 2014 • Hubs applications openApril 2014 • Volunteer applications open/Satellites applicationscloseMay 2014 • Registrations late fee deadline/Abstract late breaker
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