I am Angel and I am from the southern part of Africa. I am 39 years old and this is my story.
Matthew Hall was diagnosed with HIV as a 23-year-old in 1995. Given effective antiretroviral treatment was yet to become available, HIV was considered a death sentence at this time.
Treating someone differently based on their race, culture, language, ethnicity or national origin is never okay, yet is a daily reality for many of us living with HIV in Australia.
I was diagnosed with HIV during the broadcasting of the hysterical Grim Reaper campaign in 1987, at eighteen years old.
This report highlights and confirms that HIV stigma and discrimination is a daily reality for people living with HIV.
After experiencing the worst HIV discrimination in a healthcare setting, Zainab decided she’d rather die.
Brett rang the HIV/AIDS Legal Centre (HALC) to see if there was any way he could make his boss pay him on time.
HIV stigma and discrimination directed towards people living with HIV affects us in a number of different ways. Some people living with HIV are shunned by family, peers and the wider community, while others [...]