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.
Ji’s Career Highlights
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.
Bill Clinton addresses AIDS 2014
President Bill Clinton’s keynote address at AIDS 2014.
World middleweight boxing champion fights homophobia
Sam Soliman is a prominent figure in the boxing world and is using his celebrity to speak out against homophobia and violence.
Lord Mayor Robert Doyle
Melbourne’s Lord Mayor Robert Doyle joined JOY bright and early on Wednesday morning to talk about the impressive array of cultural events.
Mark S. King from My Fabulous Disease
Openly HIV+ blogger Mark S. King talks to JOY about living with HIV and his upcoming documentary about his blog, My Fabulous Disease.
Michael Kirby supports Australia’s only GLBTI radio station
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.