aids2031 is a consortium of partners who have come together to look at what we have learned about the AIDS response as well as consider the implications of the changing world around AIDS.
Based on innovative thinking, critical analysis and public debate, aids2031 will publish a book, AIDS: Taking a Long Term View, that charts options to achieve the best possible outcome for the future.
aids2031 is about mobilizing the global AIDS response to include a long-term view and take into account the consequences of our actions as well as inactions.
aids2031 is not about what we should do in 2031, but what we can do differently now, to change the face of the pandemic by 2031.
The world has been managing the global AIDS epidemic for more than 25 years. 2031 will mark 50 years since the first report of AIDS. While great strides have been made, there are persisting as well as emerging challenges that must be addressed.