Thursday Evening, October 13th to Sunday Morning, October 16th, 2011
Stanford University — Stanford, California
The theme Building A Movement refers to looking at HIV/AIDS in the context of scientific and social movements, as well as the larger movement for global health equity. The conference will explore how FACE AIDS fits into this broader movement and how students can contribute and be active change-makers. The conference will feature both inspirational keynote addresses and chapter development workshops to illuminate the importance of social movements and the role youth play in social movements. The conference will give attendees the chance to build skills to become more effective members of the global movement for health equity.
Some of the 2011 conference highlights include:
- A keynote by Dr. Paul Farmer, co-founder of Partners In Health
- A kickoff to the 2011 FACE AIDS “Adopt a Health Center” Campaign
- The return of Professional Speed Dating!
- An update on the FACE AIDS Rwanda chapters
- Chapter Building Workshops to help your chapter have its best year yet!
>>> Learn more about the conference here