The 20th International AIDS Conference held in Melbourne included Sex Workers for the first time at such an event.
Less than 24 hours before the conclusion of the 20th International AIDS Conference, Minister Davis’ croaky voice managed to hold up long enough for him to provide some personal reflections on the largest conference ever staged in Australia – AIDS 2014.
Over the last 22 years, the Gay and Lesbian Organisation of Business and Enterprise (GLOBE) Inc. has delivered over $42,000 in grants that support individuals, groups and organisations within Melbourne’s thriving GLBTI community.
Tim Lennox hears from Dr Richard Harding of the UK, a co-facilitator of an AIDS 2014 discussion entitled Unseen, Unspoken, Unrecognised: Mental Health and HIV.
Ines Aristegui explains the improvements to the civil rights and health outcomes for trans people in Argentina following the introduction of progressive gender laws in 2012.
Richard Howard from the International Labour Organisation, speaks about a project that is setting a new standard of workplace conditions for entertainment and sex workers in Cambodia.
JOY 94.9’s Matt McDonell speaks with some of the many volunteers from around the world that gave up their time to help make AIDS 2014 a success.
Dr Khadija Moalla names the media and religious leaders as key influencers in both that response to HIV and improving human rights for marginalised groups.
As part of the National Council of Churches in India, Fr Phllip has driven a remarkable change in the way various churches deal with HIV and marginalised groups.
The control, containment and punishment of people living with HIV.