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Evaluation survey of Spring European Testing Week

As usual, after the conclusion of every ETW, we kindly ask that you complete a very brief online post-ETW survey to provide feedback and evaluate the initiative.  We welcome all of you, including those of you who didn’t participate in the Spring ETW to take a few minutes to complete our survey. This will greatly help us collect information about the impact of ETW and plan for the next ETW.
The anonymized results of the survey will be presented in a report and shared with all participants and made available on the ETW website and our social media platforms.
The deadline for completing the evaluation survey is 26 June 2021. 

You can access the survey here, or through the following link:

Please contact us at if you experience any problems with the survey, or if you need an extension of the deadline.

Fast-Track Cities 2021

Fast-Track Cities 2021 will be hosted October 20-22, 2021, in Lisbon.

Organized by the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC), in collaboration with the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), the Fast-Track Cities Institute, and other partners, the conference will take place in a hybrid format both virtually and in-person.

You can register here and submit abstracts before the 25th of June.

UN high-level meeting (HLM) on HIV/AIDS

The next UN high-level meeting (HLM) on HIV/AIDS will be convened from 8 to 10 June 2021.

The meeting will undertake a comprehensive review of the progress on the commitments made in the 2016 Political Declaration towards ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030, and how the response, in its social, economic and political dimensions, continues to contribute to progress on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the global health goal.

The high-level meeting will provide recommendations to guide and monitor the HIV/AIDS response beyond 2021, including new concrete commitments to accelerate action to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030 as well as to promote the renewed commitment and engagement of leaders, countries, communities and partners to accelerate and implement a comprehensive universal and integrated response to HIV/AIDS.

Read more here:

Launch of UNAIDS new report on AIDS

As the world prepares to mark the 40th anniversary of the first reported cases of AIDS on 5 June, UNAIDS will be releasing a new report outlining the latest data and trends in the HIV pandemic.

The report will detail the main challenges still to be overcome to end AIDS and will outline a road map for the next five years. The report will also show the impact of COVID-19 on people living with and affected by HIV.

The launch will take place via Zoom on 3 June at 10:00 am NY time (16:00 CEST).

For more information and registration, please go to:

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ETW website
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