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Join Us For (RED)Talks, Generously Supported by ViiV Healthcare

July 28, 2022

As part of our (LIVE SUMMER) campaign, we hostsx (RED) Talks, a digital series of frank conversations generously supported by ViiV healthcare. The three-part series explored the current state of the AIDS fight, its impact on marginalized communities—especially women and girls—and opportunities to shine a spotlight on the need for investments in the fight ahead of the upcoming Global Fund Replenishment.

The panels featured government, private sector, advocacy and impact leaders from around the world.

The full (RED) Talks lineup included:

(RED) Talks: Get INSPI(RED) | A Conversation with Leading AIDS Activists

AIDS activists Martha Clara Nakato and Connie Mudenda join moderator Jennifer Lotito, President and COO of (RED) in an exclusive Instagram Live conversation to discuss their journey as AIDS activists and the importance of building stronger global health systems.

(RED) Talks: The State Of The Global AIDS Response

Matthew Kavanagh, Deputy Executive Director, a.i., Policy, Advocacy and Knowledge, UNAIDS, Yoram Siame, Head of Advocacy, Planning, and Development, Deborah Watterhouse, CEO ViiV Healthcare, and Chris Collins, President and CEO, Friends of the Global Fight, join moderator Jennifer Lotito, President and COO of (RED), for a conversation to discuss the current state of the global AIDS response.

(RED) Talks: Ending HIV Among Adolescent Girls and Young Women

Janet Saul, Director of Gender Programming, Office of the US Global AIDS Coordinator, Cathy Ferrier, Head of Positive Action at ViiV Healthcare, Sibulele Sibaca, Speaker, Author, Entrepreneur and Founder of Impact Drivers and Siobhan Crowley, Head of HIV, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, join moderator Jennifer Lotito, President and COO of (RED) in a conversation to discuss ending HIV among adolescent girls and young women.

A huge thank you to ViiV Healthcare and our incredible (RED) Talks panelists!