The conference will begin with a free community event that will be open to the public on the eveniing of June 17. We invite anyone interested in HIV and community based research to join us for this opening celebration.
The two-day Moving Mountains (June 18-19) conference (registration required) will bring together community-based organizations, people living with HIV/AIDS, academic researchers, public health representatives, and other stakeholders to explore how knowledge can be moved to action in HIV/AIDS research. In this forum, we will hear updates from recent and upcoming research and will have opportunities to strengthen our collective capacity to participate in activities that move knowledge to action.
Event schedule –
June 17, 6-8pm – Opening Celebration at the Prince George Native Friendship Centre (1600 – 3rd Avenue, Prince George)
June 18, 9am-5pm – Coast Hotel, 770 Brunswick Street, Prince George
June 19, 9am-1:30pm – Civic Centre, 808 Canada Games Way, Prince George
REGISTRATION – there are still a few spaces left for this event. If you would like to attend, please register by June 4, 2014.
Moving Mountains is a free event, made possible through support from the Canadian Institutes for Health Research, the University of Northern British Columbia, the Pacific AIDS Network, the CIHR CBR Collaborative Centre (A Program of REACH), the Canadian Association of HIV/AIDS Research (CAHR), and the Aboriginal HIV/AIDS CBR Collaborative Centre.
We would like to acknowledge and thank the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation, on whose traditional territory this event will be held.