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Staffan Hildebrand returns to Australia, where he started his project of documenting the AIDS epidemic in 1988, and to Cambodia where he first arrived in 1998. He interviews some of the scientists and activists who he met back then and displays some footage from the archive.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Interview with Phil Wilson, founder of the Black AIDS Institute in Los Angeles. He talks about the HIV prevalence in the US and its socioeconomic factors, about stigma and discrimination against homosexual persons.
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.
Martin Dishman is an American who runs the first gay bar in Siem Reap. Here he tells about himself and his bar. He also talks about the situation for lesbian women and men who have sex with men in Cambodia, and reflects on the Cambodian HIV/AIDS response.
Second and last part of the interview with UNAIDS coordinator Tony Lisle. Here he talks about the UNAIDS leadership and community-based work targeting male sex workers. He also explains why it is particularly difficult to reach out to male sex workers.
First part of the interview with Tony Lisle, UNAIDS country coordinator in Cambodia. He talks about the difficult situation for men who have sex with men and male sex workers in Cambodia.
Two outreach workers from Men's Health Cambodia (MHC) talk about the work targeting men who sell sex in Phnom Penh.