Nova Scotia Advisory Commission on AIDS
 

Nova Scotia Advisory Commission on AIDS


 


World AIDS Day

The 2021 theme for World AIDS Day is “End inequalities. End AIDS. End pandemics.” Like COVID-19, HIV hits the most vulnerable people the hardest. This shows how important it is to address inequities in accessing prevention, testing, treatment and care.

Video: Hon. Michelle Thompson, Minister of Health and Wellness, raising the red ribbon flag and reading the proclamation
Photos: Raising the red ribbon flag and reading the proclamation

Related information

 

Champions for strong, informed government and public action on HIV/AIDS in Nova Scotia.

Issue Backgrounders

Backgrounders have been developed on 5 inter-related strategic areas that are the focus of a stakeholder engagement strategy the Commission is implementing to address fundamental questions in the Review of Nova Scotia’s Strategy on HIV/AIDS: Looking Back and Moving Forward – questions related to HIV/STBBI integration, accountability, stakeholder engagement, resources, and funding.

Review of Nova Scotia’s Strategy on HIV/AIDS: Looking Back and Moving Forward

Read the Full Report in PDF format

Read the Executive Summary in PDF format

Nova Scotia’s Strategy on HIV/AIDS

Read the Nova Scotia 's Strategy on HIV/AIDS (summary version) in PDF format

Read the Nova Scotia 's Strategy on HIV/AIDS (full report) in PDF format

 

 

Photo: AIDS flag at Province House
AIDS Awareness Week and World AIDS Day

Join the Commission

The selection of new Commissioners, including that of the Chairperson, is made by the Executive Council through an Order-in-Council. Commissioners and the Chairperson serve a 3-year term and may re-apply to renew their appointment.

If you want to become a member of the Commission, you can apply online.

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