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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. Interview with Red Ribbon Award winners Princy Mangalika and Ananda Wijewickrama from Positive Women's Network (PWN+) in Sri Lanka.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Red Ribbon award with UNAIDS Director Michel Sidibé, Crown Princess of Norway Mette-Marit, Myanmar stateswoman Aung San Suu Kyi, US politician Jim McDermott, French minister Marisol Touraine and award winners.
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. Short interview with Kirsta Martel from The Well Project in the US.
XIX International AIDS Conference opening ceremony. Speeches by the Elizabeth Taylor award winners of 2012, political and religious leaders, leaders of international agencies such as UNAIDS, IAS, The Global Fund, The World Bank and UN, and many other delegates.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Session "Gender and Science: Shifting the Paradigm in HIV Research" discussing the inclusion of structural and biological gender factors as part of HIV research, and the participation of women living with HIV in clinical trials.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Interview with Chewe Luo, Senior Adviser on HIV/AIDS at UNICEF in New York. She talks about working with HIV prevention and supporting women's health and the rights of women living with HIV as a first step in ending AIDS.
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.
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.
This production from 1990 debates the worldwide HIV/AIDS situation for women and children. The stigmatization of female sexuality is considered the primary reason of women's particularly exposed situation when it comes to sexually transmitted diseases.
This is the short version of the production Crossover, from 1988. It revolves around the global AIDS situation in the late 80's, with a particular focus on youth, social structures, poverty and stigma. Full version is also available in the archive.