Submit a Workshop Proposal for the Interfaith Pre-Conference

23 Apr

The Interfaith Pre-Conference to the 20th International AIDS Conference will be held on 18-19 July 2014 at the Catholic Leadership Centre in Melbourne, Australia. More information about the pre-conference is available at www.iacfaith.org/preconference. At the pre-conference, there will be space for 6-8 workshop sessions on Saturday, 19 July. While a diverse range of workshop proposals will be considered, proposals that specifically deal with the following themes of the pre-conference are especially encouraged: (1) zero new HIV infections; (2) zero AIDS-related deaths; (3) zero stigma and discrimination; (4) health for all; (5) dignity for all; (6) justice for all.

To submit a workshop proposal for consideration by the pre-conference organizing team, please complete the following proposal form and return to bjohnson@e-alliance.ch by 23 May 2014. All applicants will be notified regarding workshop selection by 20 June.

Interfaith Pre-Conference Workshop Proposal Form

4 comments on “Submit a Workshop Proposal for the Interfaith Pre-Conference

  1. I’m Catholic nun and from Korea. I have been working for the people living with HIV/AIDS for around 10 years: 6 years in Korea and 3 years in Papua New Guinea.

    I would like to attend Interfaith pre-Conference. I also would like to share my experience related people living with HIV/AIDS and Catholic If your organization help me my registration fee.
    I would like to listen to the other Faiths for ‘stepping up the pace’.

    I expect to hear good news from you.

  2. I’m a nun of catholic. I’v been working for the people living with HIV/AIDS for 10 year: 6 years in Korea and three years in Papua New Guinea as a missionary.
    Now I came back to my country and I’m preparing for the people living with HIV/AIDS in Vietnam next.
    I came to know as I worked for the people living with HIV/AIDS. Many of whom among them are being injured with another their identity such as MSM, Trans gender, Sex workers, injection drug users, immigrant workers, etc. Which are also discriminated stigmatized by the society of the world. However we, each one of us, every single one person is very, very precious by God and by my parents as they are with full human dignity.

    • I’m a catholic nun and from South Korea. I’v been working for the people living with HIV/AIDS for 10 year: 7 years in Korea and three years in Papua New Guinea as a missionary.
      Now I came back to my country and I’m preparing for the people living with HIV/AIDS in Vietnam next.
      I came to know as I worked for the people living with HIV/AIDS. Many of whom among them are being injured with another their identity such as MSM, Trans gender, Sex workers, injection drug users, immigrant workers, etc. Which are also discriminated and stigmatized by the society of the world. However we, each one of us, every single person is very, very precious by God and by my parents as they are with full human dignity.
      Sometimes we who are belong to all kind of religions, more strict or narrow mind to understand and accept this kind of people. We more seriously reflect ourselves discuss with open mind not by only theory but also practical activities. This is some of my thoughts.

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