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Nicole, a teenage girl living in San Francisco, is interviewed about the voluntary work she has done in the Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco.
This is the story about Steve Sjöquist - writer, HIV activist and deacon at Karolinska Universitetssjukhuset in Stockholm. Steve was diagnosed with HIV in 1987 and he was one of the first Swedish AIDS patients to get the new antiretroviral therapy in 1996. It saved his life.
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.
Interview with Hon. Dr Neal Blewett, Australian Minister for Health 1983-90, on the Australian HIV response.
Interviews with young HIV and AIDS activists from Cambodia, Mexico, Sweden, South Africa, and the United States, on youth, HIV and AIDS.
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.
XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. Interview with Pia Engstrand who works at the Swedish Embassy in Lusaka, Zambia. She talks about the Swedish contribution to the AIDS conference this year, focusing on the reproductive rights of youths.
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. Cutaways of artworks on HIV/AIDS, a dance performance and a condom campaign.
Mary-Jane Matsolo from the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) visits the Umbogintwini area outside of Durban and talks about the high prevalence of HIV and the limited access to health care and treatment in the area.
Opening ceremony of the Global Village at the XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. in 2012. The Jamaican musical group The Ashe Company performs an educational musical called Safe Stupid or What. It is about youth, love, sex and HIV.
Opening ceremony of the Global Village at the XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. in 2012. Music performances and speeches by Michel Sidibé from UNAIDS, and others. Global Village is a section with representatives from civil society and HIV organizations.