With impending changes in Federal and state leadership fast approaching, HIV advocates and activistsmust be well positioned to continue to push for key policies and actions under current administrations and hold newly elected leaders accountable to their constituents’ HIV prevention needs.
The 2016 elections will shape the work of many HIV prevention policy advocates as we continue to push for broader access to comprehensive services for all priority populations. With impending changes in Federal and state leadership fast approaching, HIV advocates and activistsmust be well positioned to continue to push for key Join Treatment Action Group and the HIV Prevention Justice Alliance for a webinar on January 25th from 3:00 to 4:30 pm ET as we explore federal, state, and local HIV prevention priorities in 2016. Speakers will focus on two critical policy areas:
1. Federal, state, and local targets to improve coverage of comprehensive HIV prevention services for priority populations, including PrEP and PEP.
2. Potential state and local HIV prevention policy advocacy priorities, including opportunities for young gay and bisexual men of color, and transgender women and men.
Amy Killelea, Director of Health Systems Integration, NASTAD
Cecilia Chung, Senior Strategist, Transgender Law Center
Kenyon Farrow, US and Global Policy Director, Treatment Action Group