World Wide Wave was joined by an army of guests to explore HIV and AIDS in the Asia-Pacific region.
Sydney Cycling Club president, Steve Berveling flew down from the Gold Coast to join Dougz, Mal and Ji at AIDS 2014 to discuss cycling, HIV and the loss of his eyesight shortly after being diagnosed HIV+.
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.
Dougz and Mal spoke with Aust Olympian, Ji Wallace about winning a silver medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympics and feeling like a bomb had gone off after being diagnosed HIV+.
Tonight on The Woods from AIDS 2014, we hear from two prominent Bear community members, current VicBears president, Peter Undy and past VicBears president, Phil Webster, who tell us their stories.
Laurindo Garcia is a human rights activist, the founder of the B-Change Foundation and he is also a person living with HIV. He asks us to imagine the possibilities if science were to develop a tolerance vaccine.
Kyle Evans speaks with L’Orangelis Thomas Negrón, a human rights and HIV activist from Puerto Rico, about being born with HIV.
Babu, a 14 year old boy from Bangalore, shares his story of losing his parents to HIV related illnesses and his long process of reclaiming his new life.
Perssaudaraan Korban Napza Indonesia (PKNI) is a network of drug user organisations which was established in 2006 to address stigma, violence, discrimination and violations of human rights towards people who use drugs.
Whilst wandering through the Global Village, JOY 94.9’s Dean Beck bumped into Transgender Victoria’s Executive Director, Sally Goldner.