A new, reduced fee structure for delegates will be announced in October 2020 and registered delegates will be contacted directly in due course with further information.

Registrations for HIVR4P // Virtual are temporarily suspended. If you have already registered for HIVR4P before 11 August 2020, you will be automatically registered for the virtual experience. You will be contacted directly with regards to reimbursement aligned with the new, reduced pricing structure in October 2020.

For further information or questions, please visit the FAQ.

Registration Fees

To encourage broad participation in the conference, organizers are offering a two-tiered fee structure with lower registration fees for upper-middle income countries, lower-middle income countries and low-income countries (based on the World Bank Classification), and students/youth/post-docs.

Participation in the conference is limited to those actively interested in HIV prevention-related research, either at the academic, governmental, private sector or community level.

The registration fee includes:

  • Entry to all conference sessions, the opening and closing session, satellites and the poster area.
  • A US$ 75 contribution towards the International AIDS Society (IAS) membership: The two-year IAS membership will be activated following the conference, or – if you are already an IAS member – the existing membership extended by two years. Click here for more information about the IAS Membership benefits.

Local Charitable Giving Programme

Delegates are given the option to contribute to the programme through the registration process. They can choose the amount they wish to donate by ticking a box on the registration form (US$5, $15 or $25). The funds collected will be transferred to Triangle Project. For more information on the programme, please click here.

Please note:

  • Registration fees must be paid in US dollars only.
  • Registration fees are net and do not include VAT.
  • All dates and times mentioned refer to Central European Summer Time (CEST) zone.

Media registration

Journalists, photographers, videographers and community educators who are either employees of or on assignment for a recognized print, radio, broadcast or online consumer, medical, community-based or AIDS service organization-sponsored media outlet are eligible to apply for complementary media registration. For the purpose of media accreditation, the term “community educator” refers to anyone doing journalism for an AIDS Service Organization (ASOs) or other community-based media outlets.

Please note that we can only accept applications for media credentials from individuals who are currently and directly involved in journalism. Communications support professionals attached to a recognized HIV research, advocacy or policy organization, whose work is directly related to supporting media coverage of presentations at HIVR4P must register as a regular, paying delegate for HIVR4P. Requests for access to the media facilities from communications support professionals will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

Terms and Conditions

New Terms & Conditions will be published soon.