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4th South African AIDS Conference in Durban. Closing session with a speech by South African Minister of Health, Barbara Hogan, about policies and strategies for human rights and HIV prevention interventions. Discovery Health award to scientist in the HIV field.
Panel session at the 4th South African AIDS Conference, discussing youth activism, child advocacy and women's rights in relation to HIV and AIDS. Among the speakers are Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Deputy President of South Africa Baleka Mbeti.
Opening ceremony of the 4th South African AIDS Conference in Durban in 2009. Deputy President of South Africa, Baleka Mbete, holds an opening speech and the dance group dance4life performs.
Opening session of the 4th South African AIDS Conference in Durban in 2009. Professor Linda Gail Bekker from University of Cape Town talks about the HIV/AIDS situation in South Africa. The film also includes music performances and location shots.
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. Short interview with Lennart Hjelmåker who is the Swedish AIDS Ambassador. Here he talks about the work of the current Executive Director of UNAIDS, Peter Piot, and the recruitment of a future successor to Peter.
XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City. Interview with Lennart Hjelmåker, Swedish AIDS Ambassador, and Åsa Hindenborg from the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, about the themes of the conference and the future of AIDS response.
XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City. Interview with Luis Enrique Soto-Ramírez, IAS Regional Representative for the Latin American and Caribbean Region, who is also Co-chair of this years conference. He talks about what he has learnt from the conference.
XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City. Interview with Michel Sidibé who became the Director of UNAIDS in 2009. Here he talks about the importance of the international AIDS conferences for bringing in a human rights perspective on the global HIV/AIDS movement.
XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City. Interview with Gunilla Rådö from the Swedish governmental agency, The National Board of Health and Welfare. She talks about the message of sex education at this years conference and the Swedish influence.
XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City. Swedish Dr Lars Olof Kallings who founded the International AIDS Society (IAS) in 1988 and who is now the United Nations Special Envoy for AIDS in Eastern Europe, reflects on the history of the AIDS movement.
XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City. Interview with three pioneers in the HIV/AIDS response - Dr Mervyn Silverman, Dr Paul Volberding, and Dr Lars Olof Kallings. They talk about the history of the AIDS movement.