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The workshop provides delegates with the opportunity to meet with key population activist-leaders working from around the world. All have been working in the HIV field for many years and found ways how to frame campaigns, advocacy and delivery of prevention technology in difficult contexts for their communities and other relevant stakeholders. Bio-medical interventions alone will not do the work if they are not endorsed and embraced by the community. The importance of prevention justice can therefore not be underestimated. Participants get an overview of the importance of prevention justice and of the role of the community in complimenting bio-medical interventions through the unique lens of the community expert-panel. After hearing from the panel, participants are able to share their own experiences, and are also able to "ask the experts" for advice, tips and tricks on how to successfully come to prevention justice.

11:00
FRWS0401
Welcome and introduction
11:05
FRWS0402
Prevention justice for women living with HIV/AIDS
Rita Wahab, Vivre Positif, Lebanon
Slides
11:20
FRWS0403
How to mobilise the community and how community mobilisation and endorsements of new intervention technologies could work in an environment where the health and education system is falling apart
Leigh Ann van der Merwe, S.H.E, Social, Health And Empowerment Feminist Collective Of Transgender Women Of Africa, South Africa
11:35
FRWS0404
How to make new technologies and information on new technologies available in a nascent movement, the sex workers movement in Africa
Daughtie Amarula, African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA), Kenya
11:50
FRWS0405
How to break the silos in our community in order not to lose gains made in the last years
Deon Haywood, Women With A Vision, United States
12:05
FRWS0406
Interactive discussion
12:25
FRWS0407
Closing remarks