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 Royal Daltons had an impromptu visit from former High Court Chief Justice Michael Kirby as he spoke about the new HIV figures released on Southern Africa.
SJ and Johno are joined by famous South African singer, Yvonna Chaka-Chaka as she talks about her childhood in apartheid South Africa and the HIV conversation.
Andrew Valdez recounts his memories of HIV and AIDS activism in the 80s and how far we’ve come since then.
Positive Women Victoria has assembled a photographic glimpse into the lives of women living with HIV, as part of the AIDS 2014 cultural program.
Professor John Kaldor from the Kirby Institute spoke with JOY 94.9’s Matt McDonell to launch Indonesia Test and Treat – a new study in partnership with three Indonesian universities.
Alex Lamb, Parliamentary Advocacy Coordinator for Care Australia speaks with Matt McDonell about engaging with politicians for women’s health and rights.