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XIX International AIDS Conference. Interview with Angelo Kaggwa from Uganda who works for the Global Advocacy for HIV Prevention (AVAC). He talks about the importance of addressing male circumcision and shares his hopes for AIDS 2014 in Melbourne.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Session focusing on the scientific strategies in HIV cure research, ethical questions in clinical HIV cure trials and the patient benefits of those clinical trials. The panel members are scientists and physicians, activists and long-term survivors.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Panel discussion on youth HIV/AIDS activism focusing on stigma and discrimination, internet and social media in the HIV/AIDS response and how to influence political leaders and older generations to take action.
XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. in 2012. Cutaways from a session on sex workers rights. Debbie holds a speech about her way out of sex work and about the lack of support organizations for transgender women.
XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. Memory session of the AIDS activist Robert Carr, discussing discrimination of women, MSM, sex workers and drug users as well as people living with HIV/AIDS, and tributing Robert's work and friendship.
XIX International AIDS Conference press conference with Hollywood celebrity Debra Messing.
Sten Vermund from University of Alabama reflects on the history of the global AIDS epidemic and his involvement in the field as a young scientist in the 80's. He discusses the social and economic factors of HIV/AIDS, such as stigma, poverty and the drug industry.
Students are interviewed on the street in Washington DC, about HIV/AIDS and prevention.
Diane Johns is a nurse at San Francisco General Hospital. She shares her thoughts on terminal care, patient participation, home based care, homelessness, sex education and morality, stigma and other questions related to HIV and AIDS.
Dale Rogers is a lab assistant at San Francisco General Hospital. Here he talks about the relationship between health personnel and AIDS patients and how working with young AIDS patients affects his life. He also talks about stigma among health personnel.
This production was made as the opening film for the IV International AIDS Conference in Stockholm in June 1988. It gives a broad representation of the global AIDS situation in the late 1980's, and has a particular focus on social structures, poverty and stigma.
Continuation of the interview with Elaine and her husband Hubby. They talk about their HIV diagnoses and relationship as a married couple, about safe sex as prevention of AIDS disease progression, and workplace discrimination.