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Faith In Action: for Access Equity Rights Now

Faith In Action: for Access Equity Rights Now

Why should people of faith get engaged in AIDS2016? Blog post by Francesca Merico (Live the Promise campaign coordinator)

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Announcing the Global Organizing Committee

Announcing the Global Organizing Committee

The GOC was appointed by the WCC-EAA International Reference Group in January 2016. The GOC plans the Interfaith Pre-Conference and sets the overall direction, priorities, policies and related planning for faith-based activities coordinated and supported by the WCC-EAA at AIDS 2016.

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Local Organizing Committee with Lyn at the helm

Local Organizing Committee with Lyn at the helm

The LHC was formed in 2015 and have helped enormously in the initial planning for AIDS 2016. WCC-EAA is very thankful for the members’ experienced input and service.

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Action Alert: AIDS 2016 - Applications open for interfaith chaplains

Action Alert: AIDS 2016 - Applications open for interfaith chaplains

The Interfaith Chaplains Programme and Interfaith Prayer Room will once again be offered at the 21st International AIDS Conference. Ten religious leaders from around the world will be selected to participate in the chaplains programme. Applications are now being accepted up to 31 January 2016. If you are interested, or would like more information, please download the application form (MS Word).

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Wrap up from AIDS 2014

Wrap up from AIDS 2014

As researchers, activists and policy makers prepare to leave Melbourne at the conclusion of the 20th International AIDS Conference, they possess a new confidence that advances in treatment can mean an eventual end to the AIDS epidemic. Yet new testing mechanisms, antiretroviral medications, and government funding strategies alone won’t be enough to transform HIV infection from a global public health emergency to a manageable chronic disease. Religious leaders who came to Melbourne warn that making real the refrain of “nobody left behind” will also mean recognizing that faith-based groups must continue to play a major role in the comprehensive struggle against the virus.

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