25th IUSTI World Congress 
Incorporating the 
Australasian Sexual and Reproductive Health Conference 

17 - 20 September 2024
ICC Sydney, Gadigal Country, Australia

Commitment to sexual & reproductive health and human rights 

The welcome reception will take place on Tuesday 17 September, the main conference days are Wednesday 18 – Friday 20 September 2024.

Image Credit: Destination NSW

Conference Overview:

The International Union Against Sexually Transmitted Infections (IUSTI) and ASHM are pleased to invite you to the 25th IUSTI World Congress, which will this year incorporate the Australasian Sexual and Reproductive Health Conference.

Taking place 17-20 September 2024 at the International Convention Centre in Gadigal Country, Australia, this conference will provide an opportunity to meet, discuss and learn about the latest research and innovation in sexual and reproductive health. The program will incorporate a range of world leading speakers and presentations, providing an opportunity to expand your professional knowledge through local and international insight.

Did you know that the 2024 Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference is happening back-to-back with the 25th IUSTI World Congress? Joint registration rates are available. Click here for more information.

Key Deadlines:

Abstracts to open: November 2023

Abstract deadline: 17 March 2024 

Registration open: November 2023 

Early bird registration: 19 May 2024

Standard registration: 2 September 2024 

Accommodation deadline: 11 August 2024  

Stay tuned for program updates and speaker announcements. And save the date now.

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"An interpretation of the layers of occupation of First Nations People (Gumbaynggirr/Bundjalung Naions) and their symbiotic relationship with flora and fauna on the mighty Clarence River"
Artwork: "Bindarray"
- River by Deborah Taylor 

We acknowledge that the conference is being held the traditional lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' continuing connection to land, water, and community and we pay our respects to Elders past and present. ASHM acknowledges Sovereignty in this country has never been ceded. It always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.