INHSU 2024

8-11 October 2024

Megaron International Convention Centre
Athens, Greece

The 12th International Conference
on Health and Hepatitis
in Substance Users

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At a time when access to research and information regarding the health of people who use drugs is more important than ever, we want to ensure that INHSU 2024 is as accessible as possible. We have a range of discounts available, which are explained below. 

INHSU Members

INHSU member conference registration discounts are available. Current members must ensure they have paid their membership fee in full in order to be entitled to the rates listed. If you register under an INHSU member category and are not a member of INHSU, your registration will be amended to the relevant non-member category, and the difference in fees will be payable by you, the delegate, within two weeks of notification of the change. 

Not sure if you’re a member? Contact the INHSU secretariat [email protected].

Would like to join as a member? Find out more here.

Community Workers

To be eligible, you must be employed by a not-for-profit community organisation, work for a community-based organisation or direct-action group. There are Community Worker rates available for in-person, day access, and virtual on-demand access.


A person with lived experience of hepatitis and/or HIV and/or drug use. There are Community rates available for full conference and day access.


A student is defined as a holder of a full-time student identification card from a recognised tertiary or secondary educational institution or an international student card. Students must be studying full-time to qualify for the discounted rate. Please note: A copy of your student identification card must be uploaded during the registration process.  Without this copy, the full registration fee will be charged.

There are Student rates available for full conference and day access.

Low-Middle Income Country

Countries that are eligible for the Low-Middle Income Country Registration Rates are those countries that are considered Low-Income Economies and Lower-Middle Income Economies by the World Bank. Upper-Middle Income and High-Income Economies are not eligible for this rate.

Please click here to view the World Bank website for the latest information on world economy classifications.

There are Resource-Limited Registration Rates rates available for full conference and day access.

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