Today ILGA, the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association marks the World Aids Day together with its members worldwide, with the global LGBTI community and with the more than 30 million people who are living with HIV and commemorating all the people who died.
This year's World Aids Day comes at what many scientists and campaigners agree is a decisive moment in the 30-year history of the epidemic. But just as the science is bringing much-needed new results, funding is tailing off for the first time. >>>
APCOM uses the occasion of World AIDS Day 2010 to sound a regional alarm about the unjust treatment of men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender people who not only have their basic human rights violated but are denied access to lifesaving HIV prevention, treatment and care. >>>
Backgrounded by a continuing record high level - if that is semantically possible - of newly-diagnosed HIV infections in New Zealand the NZ AIDS Foundation holds its AGM today, during which two new Trust Board members will be elected and the organisation's governance will be reviewed by its members. >>>
An online survey in New South Wales has found members of Generation Y still believe they can get HIV from sharing cups, hugging and mosquito bites, despite more than 20 years of campaigns to dispel the myths. >>>