International AIDS Society

The Conference Online

The International AIDS Conference, the world’s foremost international conference on HIV and AIDS, provides a critical platform for presenting new research, promoting dialogue and building consensus to advance the global response against HIV. These conferences continue to be very powerful tools through which all key stakeholders collaborate to advance the response.

In this rapidly changing world where the latest technology not only serves as an amplifier, but also as an equalizer, and where new and upcoming innovations can harness the power and knowledge of people who live and work in both developed and developing countries the information shared at the conference can reach an even bigger audience than the 14,000 delegates who attend the six day event. This can be achieved by utilising new communication technologies, enabling us to connect and mobilize an even larger population. AIDS 2014 organizers are committed to using the newest online technologies to enable HIV professionals to access the cutting-edge research policy discussions and HIV news available in an open and global way, exponentially increasing the impact of the conferences. By making the best use of new technologies and by empowering those at the local level to be heard at the global level conference organizers can help create a network of knowledge that transcends all boundaries and empowers all those active or interested in becoming involved in the fight against HIV and AIDS.

All levels of the HIV epidemic need to be reflected in the discussions, therefore efficient ways of sharing information up from the ground, and down from the high level groups, is required to ensure that the outcomes are realistic, feasible and transferable at the programme level. This will lead to more thorough analysis being made available to policymakers and will translate into more effective and efficient policies and programmes.

State-of-the-art technology at AIDS 2014

An interactive daily programme, conference TV channel and YouTube page, mobile apps, and educational webinars facilitate the exchange of the latest information from the grassroots-level to the elite policy forums at international levels. This results in an independent, open and accessible space for dialogue and conversation with all stakeholders in local communities across the globe.

YouTube Channel

Whether you are in Melbourne or following remotely you can experience the conference and participate virtually, watching interviews with delegates, speakers and world leaders. You will also be able to access recordings of all conference sessions through this page shortly after their actual presentation at the conference.


Programme-at-a-Glance (PAG)

The conference programme is available online through the comprehensive Programme-at-a-Glance (PAG). Links to abstracts, slide sets with audio, rapporteur reports and e-posters are posted as soon as they are available. The PAG allows you to build and print personalized itineraries. It also features topic-focused roadmaps to help you navigate each day of the conference.

AIDS 2014 Programme-a-at-Glance

Mobile App

The conference programme is also available through your mobile devices from the beginning of June. Delegates will be able to stay up-to-date with last-minute changes to the schedule and speaker roster, while supporting the conference’s commitment to being green. During the conference, you can tweet or post to Facebook, share your conference schedule with your friends and colleagues, and network with other delegates. The AIDS 2012 app was downloaded 14,000 times and with the expanded capabilities and updates the AIDS 2014 app is bound to be even more popular. Become part of the conversation and have the entire conference at your fingertips - download the mobile app!

Apple App Store | Google Play Store


Providing timely updates related to AIDS 2014, the webinar series covers a variety of capacity building topics aimed at strengthening the participation and engagement of young individuals, communities, leaders and scientists at the conference. These webinars are designed to help you prepare your submissions to the conference, your trip to Australia and to maximize your time at the busy and sometimes overwhelming event. Participate in a webinar or download the material from a webinar that you missed!



Media platforms providing more information from the conference:
  • AIDS 2014 TV - a platform showing 30 minute video highlights from each day
  • JOY 94.9 – radio interviews with key speakers
  • Clinical Care Options – providing online scientific analysis and highlights
  • NAM – providing online updates
  • Online media centre – providing all information to media (press releases, speeches, biographies, background facts and figures etc.)

Social Media

Get the latest conference updates and share your thoughts and ideas through the AIDS 2014 Social Media channels. We are tweeting – @_AIDS2014 – and hope many of you will tweet along with us, using #AIDS2014 to keep the conversation going.

Become a fan of AIDS 2014 on Facebook and stay in touch with the latest conference updates.

Join the AIDS 2014 LinkedIn Group, you are welcome to start new discussions and add your comments to existing threads.