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XV International AIDS Conference in Bangkok in July, 2004. Interview with Swedish AIDS Ambassador Lennart Hjelmåker. He talks about the global HIV and AIDS situation, about what is being done and what is to be done by communities and governments in the future.
Lars Olof Kallings talks about the global AIDS situation and what the international community can do. He reflects on the role of men, women and young people in the fight against AIDS, and stresses the importance of activists and voluntary organizations.
Helene Gayle is an AIDS expert who has been working in many different initiatives in the US, among them the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). She also works in President Obama's advisory group on HIV/AIDS. Here she talks about understanding and changing behaviors.
Interview with Agneta Dreber from Folkhälsomyndigheten (National Institute of Public Health) in Sweden. She talks about the Swedish HIV/AIDS situation, about sexuality education in schools and HIV/AIDS education in workplaces.
Jamaican physician Dorothy Blake explains how other sexually transmitted diseases can make HIV easier to catch. She also talks about three main aspects of HIV prevention, which for instance includes a safe sex approach rather than a behavior modification approach.
Dr Uthai Sudsukh, a leading thai policy maker on ministry of health and involved in the Thai national AIDS program, talks about the Thailand AIDS situation in 1988 and the current health policy.
Unknown politician from the Australian government talks about the Australian AIDS situation and the hospitals capacity.
4th International AIDS Conference in Stockholm in 1988. Australian Judge Michael Kirby estimates the prevalence of HIV/AIDS and talks about the scientific discoveries so far. He reflects on the moral issues connected with AIDS and talks about stigma and civil rights.
Dr Samuel Okware, the director of National Ugandan AIDS Commission, talks about AIDS in Africa, global impact and commitment.