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ARTE.TV: Best General Overview on AIDS

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We always liked Jean-Christophe Victor geo-political series “Le Dessous des Cartes” for European TV station Arte.tv. Every week since years he describes political topics with maps and info graphics. And for each episode there is a slide show with all the graphics put online. This year they have also created a 3-part special on AIDS…

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World AIDS Day: Speeches, Speeches, Speeches

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Like at every “World AIDS Day” before it is also the day of speeches and memorandums. And clapping each other’s back to tell how great work we all do. The same has happened for more than 30 years within the “fight” against Malaria and Tuberculosis and – let’s face it – there is lots of room for improvement and more efficiency. Maybe people should just start getting the job done and…

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UNAIDS: People and Organizations of Today

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The faces and logos of UNAIDS Cosponsors, Special representatives, Partners and leaders with their message for todays World AIDS Day…

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Henning Mankell: I Die, But My Memory Lives On

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Most of us might know Henning Mankell for his Wallander crime novels but he has recently also published a non-fiction book on AIDS in Africa. The book is called “I Die, but My Memory Lives on: The World AIDS Crisis and the Memory Book Project”. Mankell who spent a substantial amount of his life in Africa, has with the “Memory Book Project” provided an opportunity to those dying of AIDS to create a record of their lives in words and pictures for the children they leave behind…

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01-December-2006: World AIDS Day

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Today is World AIDS Day and we want to contribute by publishing some stories and thought on the matter that often get less attention than needed. We will also point you to some sources and facts that are not so popular with those that have been put in charge by our governments to fight this pandemic worldwide…

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