This one-day symposium brings together national and international activists and researchers in the field of transgender health and hiv prevention. In the symposium, international best practices for hiv prevention among transgender people will be showcased and attention will be paid to national and international challenges.
We invite interested activists and researchers to join in dialogue on how hiv prevention among transgender individuals can best be optimized. To achieve this goal, successful approaches from the Global South and Global North are presented and seconded by gap analyses.
This one-day symposium seeks to bridge research and practice, and offers excellent opportunities for mutual learning and (inter)national networking.
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Speakers and Panel Members:
- Stefan Baral – Johns Hopkins University (USA)
- Thomas Guadamuz – Mahidol University (Thailand)
- Ronivin Garcia Pagtakhan – Love Yourself (Philippines)
- Jae Sevelius – UCSF (USA)
- Natthakhet Yaemim – Pulse Clinic (Thailand)
- Elske Hoornenborg – GGD Amsterdam (Netherlands)
- Glenn-Milo Santos – UCSF (USA)
- Annelies van Dijk – PG292 (Netherlands)
- Dinah de Riquet-Bons – PROUD (Netherlands)
- Samira Hakim – TNN (Netherlands) –
- Judith van Schuylenbergh – Ghent University Hospital (Belgium)
- Mart van Dijk – Maastricht University (Netherlands)
- Sarah Stutterheim – Maastricht University (Netherlands)
- Heleen Driessen – PG292 (Netherlands)
- Kai Jonas – Maastricht University (Netherlands).
Organizing committee: Maastricht University, P&G292/HVO Querido, Transgender Network Nederlands, Proud, & Transunited
We thank our amazing sponsors: AidsFonds, Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam, Universiteitsfonds Limburg