The path to ending AIDS: Mobilizing the city for Tokyo 2020

Joint UN program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) has announced the 90-90-90 targets for the year 2020, in support of the goal of ending AIDS by 2030. To support progress towards these targets many cities have embraced the ”Fast Track Cities” program. In 2020 Tokyo will be hosting the Olympics, and the eyes of the whole world will be on Tokyo. What should Tokyo do to achieve the 90-90-90 targets, and what will the legacy of the Olympics be? We invite you to this event to think about the legacy of the Olympics, and how it can catalyze action for HIV prevention in Japan and the region.


    Dec 2nd (Monday) 15:00 17:15
    Free entry, Capacity 200

  • Venue

      Hinohara Hall, B1, Omura Susumu and Mieko Memorial,
    St. Luke’s International University

  • Opening remarks

      Tsuguya Fukui President, St. Luke’s International University
    Hiroysohi Endo Dean, Graduate School of Public Health, St. Luke’s international University

  • Presenters

      Stuart Gilmour Professor, Graduate School of Public Health, St. Luke’s International University
    Risa Otsuka Graduate student, Graduate School of Public Health , St. Luke’s International University
    Eleanor Gouws-Williams Senior Advisor, Fast-Track Implementation Department, UNAIDS
    Junko Tanuma Chief, Division of the AIDS Medical Information
    AIDS Clinical Center, National Center for Global Health and Medicine
    Panel discussion
    Shinichi Oka Director, AIDS Clinical Center, National Center for Global Health Medicine
    Takuma Shirasaka Director, Department of Infectious Diseases, NHO Osaka National Hospital
    Shuzo Matsushita Professor, Joint Research Center for Human Retrovirus Infection, Kumamoto University