This year’s International World AIDS theme ‘Equalise’ is a powerful call to action to address, and dismantle the inequalities and barriers that impede on progress and human dignity.
As people living with HIV, we are all diverse and our experiences are different. What connects us is that HIV has shaped us indelibly.
Surprise and dismay with Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras schedule.
It would be no surprise to tell you that I’m living with HIV and that I’m over 55. I'm still here.
I was 15 in 1982, when Gay Related Immune Deficiency (GRID) was coined to name a mystery illness...
As a Positive Speakers Bureau (PSB) presenter of twenty one years for Positive Life NSW, I have been privileged to hear stories and see lives transform from bleak to hopeful, through a time of fear, illness death and anger.
World AIDS Day is also a day for the community to show their support for people living with HIV (PLHIV) and to commemorate with our friends and loved ones who have died of AIDS [...]
World AIDS Day has been held internationally every year on the 1st of December since 1988 to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS.
Minister, members of Parliament, distinguished guests, people living with HIV, sector colleagues.