Rumah Cemara’s Adit Taslim from Indonesia joined Dougz, Mal and Ji at AIDS2014 to discuss the use of sports to improve leadership amongst people living with HIV.
Melbourne’s Lord Mayor Robert Doyle joined JOY bright and early on Wednesday morning to talk about the impressive array of cultural events.
Positive Women Victoria has assembled a photographic glimpse into the lives of women living with HIV, as part of the AIDS 2014 cultural program.
The Harm Reduction Mini Film Festival at AIDS 2014 aims to reduce stigma and increase awareness and HIV testing for people who use drugs. The selection of short films curated by the Australian-based Burnet Institute highlights the importance of breaking down barriers affecting people who use drugs, and challenging preconceived judgements around drug use and…
Introduced by the Executive Officer of Living Positive Victoria, Brent Allan, the key note address launching the ENUF Voices exhibition was delivered by Ian Smith founder of Bespoke Approach and husband to Australia’s youngest ever female federal politician, Natasha Stott Despoja.
ENUF Ambassador Dean Beck went along to the opening night of ENUF Voices, a 24 hour a day multi-media exhibition challenging HIV stigma and promoting resilience amongst people living with and those affected by HIV.
The Chinese short film ‘Love’ kicked off the film portion of the AIDS 2014 cultural program at the Global Village. The film was created to deal with the severe challenges in preventing and controlling AIDS in in China.
Brendan Bale spoke with ‘Transmissions: Archiving HIV/AIDS – Melbourne 1979-2014’ co-curator Dr Russell Walsh about his current exhibition at the University of Melbourne.