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Following a brief update on the proceedings from the U=U pre-conference, the participants will be guided through the basics of policy creation and explore how the U=U science and advocacy can be harnessed to improve public health policy. Working in groups with facilitators from the U=U team, participants will be guided to create strategies that they can apply to their community activities, workplaces, and health service systems.

11:00
Opening remarks
Brent Allan, International Council of AIDS service Organizations, Canada
11:05
Summary of U=U pre-conference
Erika Castellanos, GNP+, Global Action for Trans Equality (GATE), Belize
11:15
How can we ensure that the U=U message gets applied to the global south and global north?
Ian Green, Terrence Higgins Trust, United Kingdom
11:25
How can we ensure that the U=U message gets applied to the variations and unique circumstances of key populations?
John Blandford, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Vietnam
11:35
What are the key differences between the messages behind U=U and the term TasP? How do we promote these key differences?
Demetre Daskalakis, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, United States
11:45
How do we ensure that public health and other bodies remain steadfast on their commitment to ZERO risk and not make moves to confuse the messaging?
11:55
Addressing the key global questions
Bruce Richman, Prevention Access Campaign, United States
12:25
Closing remarks
Brent Allan, International Council of AIDS service Organizations, Canada