Stigma, when associated with HIV, another medical condition, mental illness or disability, prevents a person from seeking evaluation and treatment, disclosing the diagnosis to those most likely to provide support, and following treatment guidelines. Health related stigma destroys human dignity.
We are happy to announce that the 2020 International Conference on Stigma replay is now available. Just click the Red button on the right side of our HOME page. A few sessions are still missing- We hope to have those up soon.
You can also click the 2020 CONFERENCE link on the left of this home page and see the full agenda and you can also enter events there!
Share your Stigma Story in a one minute or less video. We cannot guarantee all submitted videos will be aired at the conference. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!
November 16-20, 2020, Virtual Event
The 11th annual Howard University International Conference on Stigma was held as a virtual event for the first time ever. Using the Whova app, our one-day event was successfully expanded to a five-day event. The event included research plenary sessions, panels, and workshops, a town hall, entertainment, artwork, and a lively international session with nine nations represented. The conference had 1571 registrants, with at least 1100 people attending at least one session. Participants logged in from at least 14 countries and territories.