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Registration for the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) opens Dec. 1
Date:11/28/2011

y bookings are strongly encouraged.

Various satellite meetings will take place in the conference centre during AIDS 2012. These satellite meetings are fully organized and coordinated by the organization hosting the satellite. The satellite slots are available for a fee and the applications open on 1 December and close on 31 March 2012.

From 8 December online applications for scholarships will be open. The International and Media Scholarship Programme is open to everyone around the world and is aimed at making the conference accessible to people from resource-limited settings and communities. Priority is given to those whose participation will help enhance their work in their own communities. A limited number of scholarships will be also available for media representatives.

More information on registration process and registration fees is available here: http://www.aids2012.org/Default.aspx?pageId=368

AIDS 2012 Key dates

1 December 2011

  • Abstract submissions open
  • Registrations open
  • Accommodation bookings open
  • Workshop applications open
  • Global Village applications open
  • Youth Programme applications open
  • Satellites applications open
  • Exhibition applications open

8 December 2011

  • Scholarship applications open

1 February 2012

  • Abstract Mentor Programme submissions close

15 February 2012

  • Abstract submissions close
  • Scholarship applications close
  • Workshop applications close
  • Global Village applications close
  • Youth Programme applications close

23 February 2012

  • Registrations standard fee deadline

14 March 2012

  • Hubs applications open

31 March 2012

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Contact: Adina Ellis
adina.ellis@aids2012.org
202-442-8391
International AIDS Society
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