Deposit H17 - AIDS Society of Asia and the Pacific deposit

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AU NBAC H17

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AIDS Society of Asia and the Pacific deposit

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  • 1989 - 1992 (Creation)

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1.2 m

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(1990 -)

Biographical history

The AIDS Society of Asia and the Pacific emerged out of the first International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP) in Canberra in August 1990. It is a non-governmental body consisting of national research and advocacy organisations and is committed to reducing the transmission and impact of Human Immunodeficiency Virus / Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) in Asia and the Pacific Region. Its permanent Secretariat was originally in Sydney then moved to Bangkok, Thailand. The first President (1990-1996) was Professor John Dwyer AO, PhD, FRACP who organised the first four conferences in Canberra, New Delhi, Chiang Mai and Manila.

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Executive Committee correspondence, subject files and papers relating to the first four International Conferences on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific.

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Researchers must sign an access agreement

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Entered from deposit description 28 November 2012

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