World Wide Wave was joined by an army of guests to explore HIV and AIDS in the Asia-Pacific region.
Mohammed Barry is the 22-year-old co-founder of Aid for Smiles, an organisation which empowers socially disadvantaged young people to become important and productive members of society.
Dr Marcus Day is a leading expert on the sexual transmission of HIV associated with non-injecting crack cocaine use and HIV in the Caribbean.
Chris Beyrer is considered to be one of the world’s leading experts in the transference of HIV among gay men or men who have sex with men and is President Elect of the International AIDS Society (IAS).
Professor Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, PhD, is the Director of the “Regulation of Retroviral Infections” Unit, at the Institut Pasteur in Paris.
On a day of activism which saw 10,000 people march through the streets of Melbourne protesting the recent Federal Budget decisions, a gathering of a very different kind quietly emerged as the sun was setting…
Meet Simon Ruth, the new CEO of the VAC/GMHC. Founded through community engagement it has grown to become Victoria’s largest LGBTI health organisation whilst continuing to drive the State’s response to HIV and AIDS.
“Experiences of HIV” is the Kirby Institute’s Annual Report studying HIV Seroconversion. Highlighting the importance of this work, Ian reveals some of the challenges that impact the current HIV response in Australia.