NPF will be in Vienna, Austria this week for our Journalist to Journalist HIV/AIDS Media Training prior to the XVIII International AIDS Conference. We have awarded 59 journalists from 40 countries with all-expenses-paid fellowships to attend our J2J training and AIDS 2010.
During the 4-day J2J program, our journalists will hear from more than 20 experts on important topics such as AIDS in children, HIV in prisons, tuberculosis, and more. They’ll also tour Viennese hospitals caring for HIV/AIDS patients and participate in special discussions about journalism practice issues relating to HIV/AIDS coverage.
To take part in the action, make sure to check out our global public health issues blog, the NPF Helpdesk. We’ll be posting updates from J2J sessions and the International AIDS Conference. You can also check out our Twitter page, where we’ll use #J2JVienna for all Vienna-related content.
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