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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. Presentation of the CONDOMIZE! Campaign, a collaboration between United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), The Condom Project, UNAIDS, Durex, The Female Health Company, IAS and others.
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 in Washington D.C. Memory session of the AIDS activist Robert Carr, discussing discrimination of women, MSM, sex workers and drug users as well as people living with HIV/AIDS, and tributing Robert's work and friendship.
Opening press conference on the ending of AIDS at the XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. with congress woman Barbara Lee, the Director of IAS Elly Katabira, among others. A demonstration for the rights of sex workers and drug users takes place.
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.
This is a short film about the global HIV and AIDS response lead by the young generation. Youths and representatives of community networks and health care centers in Cambodia, United States, Mexico, Botswana, Russia and India talk about HIV awareness and prevention.
This film tells the US story of the AIDS epidemic starting in the early 1980's. Scientists and activists, both pioneers and youths of today, talk about research, prevention, treatment and care. They also discuss stigma, homophobia and poverty as closely related to HIV and AIDS.
Sten Vermund from University of Alabama reflects on the history of the global AIDS epidemic and his involvement in the field as a young scientist in the 80's. He discusses the social and economic factors of HIV/AIDS, such as stigma, poverty and the drug industry.