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Updated April 13, 2006

April 22-27, 2006, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Strategic Communication: Building Life Skills and Improving Adolescent Reproductive Health
www.bangladesh-ccp.org/arhscw.htm
Sponsored by the Bangladesh Center for Communication Programs, this workshop will share the experience and lessons learned from successful and award-winning adolescent reproductive health programs in Bangladesh. Topics include the communication planning process, behavior change, audience analysis, overview of the "Know Yourself" package, concepts and methods for developing life skills, field observation, building an enabling environment for adolescent reproductive health, developing an adolescent reproductive health program, and monitoring and evaluation.
For more information, please contact:
Ms. Yasmin Khan, Senior Deputy Director, and Program Director for ARH, Bangladesh Center for Communication Programs, House no: 3A, Road no:74, Gulshan-2, Dhaka-1213, Bangladesh
Telephone: 9893362, 9891354, 9861847; Fax: 880-2-8854512; Email: [email protected]

May 11-12, 2006, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
International Policy Conference on the African Child: Violence Against Girls in Africa
www.africanchildforum.org/evenconterntarea2.asp?ID1=28&event=coming
This conference, organized by the African Child Policy Forum, is aimed at providing a platform for communication amongst like-minded organizations to work together on issues of violence against children, especially girls. Objectives include: to initiate an Africa-wide movement against all forms of violence against girls in Africa; to ensure that African views and positions, especially regarding girls, are reflected in actions and resolutions taken by the African Union and the UN in respect to violence against children; to initiate dialogue and formulate actions to be taken by various stakeholders, particularly governments, to address the issue of violence against girls in Africa; and to contribute towards a declaration which will be submitted to the UN General Assembly.
For more information, please contact:
The African Child Policy Forum, PO Box 1179, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Telephone: (00) 251-11-552 84 07/09/10; Email: [email protected]

May 30-June 2, 2006, Washington, DC, USA
Excellence, Innovation and Influence: Pathways to Results
www.globalhealth.org/conference/
The Global Health Council's 33rd annual conference on global health focuses multiple themes toward a single overarching goal: improving the health and well-being of the world's poorest and most disempowered peoples. Topics include: child health/survival, adolescent health, women's health, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, disaster and refugee health, human resources in health, health systems/financing/capacity, global health policy/advocacy education, and emerging and multisectoral issues.
For more information about registration, please contact:
Tim Way, Global Health Council, 15 Railroad Row, White River Junction, Vermont 05001, USA
Telephone: 802-649-1340; Email: [email protected]

June 4-8, 2006, Prague, Czech Republic
8th Congress of the European Federation of Sexology
www.efs2006.cz/WelcomeMessage.aspx
This five-day conference offers dozens of sessions on topics including sexuality and cancer; HIV, AIDS, STIs and sexuality; prevention and education; sexuality and drug abuse; prostitution; ethics and human rights; sexuality in different periods of life; and sexuality, culture, and religion.
For more information, please contact:
Congress Secretariat, GUARANT International spol. s r. o. , Opletalova 22 , 110 00 Prague 1 , Czech Republic
Telephone: +420 284 001 444; Fax: +420 284 001 448; Email: [email protected]

August 13-18, 2006, Toronto, Canada
16th International AIDS Conference
www.aids2006.org/
This conference is organized by International AIDS Society and the Toronto Local Host, with the theme "Time to Deliver." The conference will address the challenges facing those engaged in the response to the epidemic and focus on the shared obligation to deliver the promises for HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, and care to communities throughout the world. The conference will be presented in five tracks: biology and pathogenesis of HIV infection; clinical research, treatment, and care; epidemiology, prevention, and prevention research; social, behavioral, and economic sciences; and policy.
For more information, please contact:
IAS Conference Secretariat, Ch. de l’Avanchet 33, CH - 1216 Cointrin, Geneva, Switzerland
Telephone: +41-(0)22-7 100 800; Fax: +41-(0)22-7 100 899; Email: [email protected]g
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Paul Adomako, Outreach Coordinator, Toronto Host Secretariat , AIDS 2006 Toronto, XVI International AIDS Conference, 46 Wellesley Street East, Suite 302 , Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1G2, Canada
Telephone: 1-416-840-3334.ext 207; Fax: 1-416-840-3343; Email: [email protected]

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