The LCDC Community will showcase HIV/AIDS programs across the Caribbean, Central American, Mexico, South America, and the United States, featuring a wide array of educational, cultural, scientific, social, and networking activities.
This forum will highlight community-based participatory research efforts, disseminate information on Latino HIV/AIDS rates and effective prevention efforts, and initiate development of a network of Latino-focused HIV/AIDS researchers, service providers, and community leaders. Free admission, registration required.
This event will provide an opportunity for national and international stakeholders attending AIDS 2012 to coalesce around the urgency of Turning the Tide Together.
This webinar series provides timely updates related to AIDS 2012 and covers a wide variety of capacity-building topics aimed at strengthening the participation and engagement of communities of color at the conference.
Get the latest news on our AIDS 2012 activities, as well as special articles related to health concerns of Hispanics.