Addressing the Nexus of HIV, Drug Use, and Violence with Evidence-based Action
The conference aims to bring together gender scientists, gender project officials and staff, emerging professionals, development practitioners, community members, policy advisors, donors, and students to:
Enhance knowledge of evidence-based research and practice to reduce HIV, drug use, and gender-based violence
Expand collaborative networks to identify successes and challenges in evidence-based research and practice
Create a roadmap for facilitating greater implementation success in local and global markets
The Global Health "Mini-U" is back this year with 68 sessions and 170 speakers presenting evidence-based best practices and state-of-the-art information. The day-long forum brings together students, medical professionals, public health experts, NGOs, USG staff, non-profits and others interested in global health. Interested? Registration is free and open to all. And don't miss out on our sessions below! Presentations are also available to download below.
The Asia Foundation, University Research Co., World Vision, Knowledge for Health (K4Health), Chemonics, Banyan Global, ACDI/VOCA, Promundo and WI-HER invite you to participate in an online conversation, “Promising Approaches to Respond to Gender-Based Violence” as we mark the final day of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign (#16Days) on December 10 from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Join development and health experts and justice and community activists for a day of conversation on the issues surrounding gender-based violence. The tweetchat relay will address a range of topics, including evidence-based approaches to end violence against women, the intersection of economic empowerment and violence, engaging men and boys to prevent gender-based violence, and responding to violence against girls, among other exciting topics. Follow the hashtag #GBVchat to join the conversation.