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As seen in London Free Press May 2015

ENTERTAINMENT LOCAL ON THE CANVAS: South African Secondary School Workshop Exhibit, presented in partnership between Art for AIDS International and University of Johannesburg’s Department of Community Engagement Artwork sales assist AIDS education By Joe Belanger, The London Free Press Monday, May 4, 2015 7:17:40 EDT PM This work by South African secondary school student Siyanda […]

Art for AIDS International Recognized for Community Innovation [VIDEO]

This past week, Art for AIDS International won the Community Innovation Award at the 2012 Pillar Nonprofit Network Community Innovation Awards. The award, which was presented at the London Convention Centre in front of over 600 community members, was accepted by Art for AIDS Executive Director, Hendrikus Bervoets. “On behalf of all of us at […]

CrowdOutAIDS: A new youth-driven, youth-focused HIV strategy

In 2011, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) challenged young people from around the world to collaborate and crowdsource the next global HIV strategy. Today, after five months of collaborative efforts, youth leaders from around the world met in Abuju Nigeria to present CrowdOutAIDS to UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé; a new strategy […]

A Call to Action: 30 Years into the AIDS response

“Over the past 30 years, AIDS has united the international community in a way that few other crises have. The disease galvanized grass-roots groups to fight for the human rights of some of the world’s most vulnerable people. AIDS generated new levels of solidarity between the north and south. And it has inspired medical innovation. Now the world has reached a crossroads…”

Top 10 HIV/AIDS News Stories from 2010: A Year in Review

Sections from this post were originally published online by the humanitarian news and analysis service, IRIN, and PlusNews.  To view the original article, please visit PlusNews’s article: HIV/AIDS: Top 10 for 2010 This has been an exciting year for the fight against HIV, with dramatic developments in biomedical HIV prevention and a record five million people receiving […]