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XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. Demonstration on HIV and human rights in the Lafayette Park. Interviews with demonstrants about womens rights and the rights of sex workers and drug users.
Demonstration in Lafayette Square in Washington D.C. for the rights of LGBT persons, sex workers, drug users and people living with HIV/AIDS.
Closing session of the XIX International AIDS Conference with speakers such as Bill Clinton, the two co-chairs of the conference Elly Katabira and Diane Havlir, US politician Nancy Pelosi, Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, and many activists and community leaders.
XVIII International AIDS Conference in Vienna. Interview with Ruth Morgan Thomas from United Kingdom who works with sex workers rights. Ruth is the Global Coordinator of the organization Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP). She talks about stigma.
Cutaways from the 4th South African AIDS Conference in Durban in 2009. The American actress Sheryl Lee Ralph discusses women's participation in the HIV/AIDS response with women in the conference hall.
This is the story of four women living with HIV, who are active in the work against HIV/AIDS in Indonesia, Bolivia, Kenya and Sweden. They tell about their lives and their work with health education, advocacy, and support of women and children.
XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City. Closing session with speeches by the Co-chairs Pedro Cahn and Luiz Enrique Soto-Ramírez., as well as the Mayor of Mexico City and the Co-Chairs of the next International AIDS Conference in Vienna in, 2010.
XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City. Interview with the Canadian rapper Eternia who works with the 411 Initiative for Change. She tells about how she got involved in HIV/AIDS activism and the messages which she conveys through her music.
XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City. Face of AIDS film screening, short interviews, demonstrations and music performances. The Canadian rapper Eternia performs songs about HIV/AIDS and women's rights.
Grazia Violeta Ross Quiroga and Juan Carlos Reja, co-founders of a Bolivian organization of people living with HIV/AIDS called REDBOL, talk about the gender roles in Bolivia and the violence against women, transgender persons and men who have sex with men.
This film is about women from different parts of the world who are active in the HIV activist movement. They discuss gender inequality and the exposed situation of women and girls and explain the educational and empowering work which they are doing in their communities.
XV International AIDS Conference in Bangkok. "Reports from the future" workshop lead by Katharina Lindahl from RFSU. Young activists representing Zambia, Colombia, Sweden and Nepal, speak about youths sexual and reproductive health and rights.