AIDS Action Council warmly invites little people aged 0-15 years and their families to the Rainbow Families Winter Ball at Corroboree Park Function Hall on Saturday 16 June.
The International AIDS Candlelight Memorial reminds us of the tremendous impact that HIV and the AIDS movement have had on our lives. The Memorial emphasizes the need for people living with and affected by HIV to join hands and reflect on the past and the precious lives that have been lost.
New York City’s Bruce Richman is the award-winning founder of Prevention Access Campaign, the movement behind the U=U phenomenon. Bruce is coming to Australia as part of a nationwide U=U campaign from The Institute of Many (TIM) and Dynamix International and he'll be answering all your questions alongside medical/research professionals and other community members.
The AIDS Action Council invites you to morning tea at Havelock House to remember and support women living with HIV on National Day of Women Living with HIV. Coming the day after International Women's Day, this awareness-raising day was created by Femfatales, a network of women living with HIV of the National Association of People with HIV Australia (NAPWHA).
Please bring a gold coin donation to help support women impacted by and living positively with HIV.
When: 10.30am – 12pm on Friday 9 March 2018
Where: 85 Northbourne Ave, Turner
SWOP ACT and AIDS Action Council of the ACT are proud to bring THE PINK HOUSE to Canberra for a special event screening.
The foundation of sex positivity is simply the idea that all healthy and explicitly consensual sex is a positive element in life.
Sex positivity means maintaining a healthy attitude towards sex and valuing it, given your individual needs. Sex positivity also embraces the idea of being sexually educated and staying safe. Individuals who are sex positive actively decide how and what they want from their sex lives, rather than let others dictate it.
As the year draws to a close, I want to thank all our funders, supporters, peers, members, colleagues, friends and most importantly clients, who have worked with and alongside us in 2017.
The central focus of our work, this year, remained on HIV transmission and supporting people impacted by HIV. This year we have seen some of the most critical developments in the HIV epidemic since records began. This year, we have seen historically high rates of testing, earlier treatment than ever before, and the emergence of the enormous prevention benefits from two key biomedical approaches to HIV prevention, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and early treatment.