Welcome to the PrEP in Europe Summit 2019
Warsaw, Poland on 10-12 October 2019
PrEP in Europe Summit 2019 Final Report now available
All presentations and video recordings of the 2019 summit are now accessible via this link.
Programme page now added: click HERE
Venue page added: click here
The right to PrEP : Getting PrEP right
Ending unequal access to effective HIV prevention in Europe
Sorry, we’re no longer accepting applications to join the Summit – we’re full up! But you can watch it live online and ask questions interactively at https://www.facebook.com/groups/PrEPinEurope/
PrEP works – yet its potential in Europe has yet to be realised
The aim of this summit is to articulate how we, as members of the affected communities and their allies, want to be able to benefit from it. We are mobilising not just for the Right to PrEP, but the Right PrEP – provided in ways that most align to our needs for protection from HIV, and for good sexual healthcare.
Antiretroviral therapy works – yet in Europe new HIV infections are still not declining
We will also look at PrEP as part of the comprehensive and effective approach to HIV prevention and care that is already sending HIV rates tumbling in some European countries. How can we make this happen throughout Europe – and take a global lead in the mission to end HIV as a global pandemic?
The second European PrEP and HIV summit will bring together PrEP users and activists, community HIV experts, healthcare funders and policy directors, researchers and clinicians, pharmaceutical companies and global health agencies, with the aim to helping build a more united and more equal approach to providing PrEP within the WHO European region, with all its diverse health systems, populations and levels of prosperity.
As part of PrEP in Europe’s commitment to being a user-led and community-led organisation, forty per cent of conference attendees will have their travel and accommodation paid for – all you will pay will be a sliding-scale registration fee. The first half-day of the Summit on Thursday 10 will also be a training and capacity workshop aimed at people new to PrEP and to organising around it.
The aims of the Summit are:
- To understand what barriers remain to implementing PrEP in Europe;
- To discuss how key stakeholders – healthcare professionals, healthcare providers, and community advocates – can collaborate in speeding up implementation;
- To discuss how PrEP and PrEP activism can contribute to an equal and effective approach to HIV prevention throughout Europe;
- To harness the energy and commitment of PrEP and HIV activism to help address stigma and human rights abuses against the key affected populations of Europe.