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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.
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.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Paul Nsubuga Semugoma from the Global Forum on MSM and HIV, talks about the situation of men who have sex with men in Uganda and how stigma and discrimination interferes with the work to prevent HIV and end AIDS.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Interview with Bernhard Schwartzlander from UNAIDS in Geneva. Schwartzländer is an expert on the statistics of HIV/AIDS. He talks about the HIV prevalence globally and the importance of early diagnosis and ARV treatment.
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.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Sharon Lewin from Monash University in Melbourne discusses the possibilities of ending AIDS and scientific breakthroughs during the 30 years of the epidemic, for instance the discovery that some people are resistant to HIV.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Session on leadership and health policy with leaders of community networks in Russia and India, and the US governmental program PEPFAR. They answer questions on access to ARV treatment, housing and morphine for pain relief.
Exterior location shots from the International AIDS Conference in Washington DC in July 2012.
Staffan Hildebrand looks back on his 25 years of documenting the HIV and AIDS epidemic for the Face of AIDS Film Archive. The film portrays a shift from pessimism towards a growing optimism in the response to HIV and AIDS.
Follow-up interview with Oum Sopheap who is the director of KHANA. He watches a clip from 1998 and talks about the situation back then and what has happened since 1998 in Cambodia.
This film (in Swedish with English subtitles) focuses on the Swedish AIDS history. It consists of interviews with some of the pioneers who have been involved in the Swedish AIDS movement since the early eighties.
XVIII International AIDS Conference in Vienna. James Chau is a journalist, television presenter and opinion maker on HIV/AIDS in China. In this interview he reflects on what stigma means, how it is created and how it is prevented.