Webinar recording and post-test now available for "A Place at the Table: Becoming an HIV Advocate" the first in our eight-week webinar series HIV treatment advocacy.

The 2015 WRI embarked on a novel five-year visioning process to identify major policy needs and research challenges that must be addressed and overcome in order to significantly reduce the rate of new HIV infections and disease progression among women in the United States by 2020.

Learn about ways you can be an HIV advocate, speak up for yourself or others, and make a difference on an individual or community level.

Get tips on talking to the media as well as the best ways to use social media in advocacy around HIV/AIDS.

Understand how HIV specifically affects women: data on the epidemic, HIV disease and treatment, gynecological conditions, and more.

Get information on several cancers that are common in HIV+ people: Kaposi's sarcoma, lymphoma, and cervical, liver, anal, and lung cancers.

Learn why diabetes is important to people living with HIV and find out about its symptoms, blood sugar tests, treatments, and more.

Get basic information about how disclosure can affect you, how to prepare to tell others, whom to tell, and relevant legal issues.

Learn about the groundbreaking GRACE study of HIV+ women and how it successfully enrolled large numbers of women of color in a clinical trial.

Get information on HIV treatment guidelines – what they are, what's new, when to start treatment, what drugs to start with, and more.