World Wide Wave was joined by an army of guests to explore HIV and AIDS in the Asia-Pacific region.
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.
Women Drug Users: Our voices, our lives, our health
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.
Forging safe workplaces for sex and entertainment workers in Cambodia
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.
The power of the pulpit: priests fighting HIV in India
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.
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.
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.
Australia leads study for new engagement solution in Indonesia
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.
Engaging with parliamentarians to champions change in the Asia-Pacific
Alex Lamb, Parliamentary Advocacy Coordinator for Care Australia speaks with Matt McDonell about engaging with politicians for women’s health and rights.