2006 World AIDS Day - Click on the photos below to hear the stories of these HIV/AIDS activists. Click on the ribbons for key information from the 2006 United Nations AIDS report. (Press Release)
Gangte THE GLOBAL AIDS EPIDEMIC 2006 Heyward Volgina PICTURES OF THE EPIDEMIC, MACRO Lezhenstev
Shashikant PICTURES OF THE EPIDEMIC, MICRO Were Ntambi Dayahn
Zoccole PICTURES OF THE EPIDEMIC, MICRO Chinmhanzi Dillard Falobi
Cole Mckay THOSE AT RISK SIGNS OF HOPE AND NEED FOR CAUTION

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Human Rights Watch has collected audio testimony from AIDS activists and individuals living with HIV worldwide, who present personal stories and perspectives on what is needed in the global AIDS fight. “Listen to their stories and you can begin to understand the impact of the AIDS epidemic and the failure of the world’s governments to address it,” said Joe Amon, director of the HIV/AIDS program at Human Rights Watch.

Also, from the 2006 International HIV/AIDS conference in Toronto: “25 Years of AIDS, Global Voices”
Human Rights Watch and Making Contact

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Hear the voices of activists and people living with HIV/AIDS from South Africa, India, Ukraine, Uganda, Nigeria, US, and more.
To have truly effective AIDS programs that respond to the needs of those at risk and infected with HIV it's important that voices from the front lines are truly heard. In the following program, people talk about discrimination, about struggling to learn that they are HIV positive, and about fighting for their rights to be respected. The program is also available at Making Contact at http://www.radioproject.org/archive/2006/3306.html.

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