International AIDS organization plans to attend major conferences in Montreal African, South American and Asian people still get visas Says that he is having a hard time.
Last week, about 250 organizations around the world sent a joint letter to Immigration Minister Sean Fraser calling for action to enable participants to attend the International AIDS Conference. rice field.
Tinashe Rufurwadzo of Y + Global, an international organization for young people with HIV +, states that the president of his organization and another employee have been denied attendance at the conference.
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Rufurwadzo states that young people on the African continent need to be able to attend the conference meaningfully as well as being represented in the photos of their PowerPoint presentations. ..
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Tumie Komanyane, who runs many programs for the frontline AIDS of international NGOs in South Africa, cooperated with her. More than 12 young people attended the meeting, but even after the first four applications were rejected, they even bothered to apply for 10 visas. I decided not to.
The conference organizer previously described visa delays and denials as potential disasters for the event.
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