Set in 1987, Odd Girls follows the story of a young separatist lesbian, Debbie who finds herself unexpectedly caring for her neighbour.
50 HIV, health and equality organisations are today jointly calling for urgent action to ensure the national roll-out of PrEP.
Created as a three-character play, Moment of Grace looks at the famous visit of Diana, Princess of Wales to London’s first AIDS Unit in 1987, where she shook a patient’s hand without wearing glove
Moment of Grace, written by Bren Gosling and produced by Backstory Ensemble in association with The Actors Centre and the National HIV Story Trust, will debut online at The Actors Centre from 7.30pm on Friday 31 July.
A review of cold cases going back to the late 1980s has delivered some shocking findings Strike Force Parrabell, a joint initiative between New South Wales Police and academics from Flinders University, has concluded that at least 27 out of 88 suspicious deaths, some dating back to the late 80s, were Continue Reading
The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF), an international leader in the global fight to end AIDS, and the International AIDS Conference (IAC) has announced that Sir Elton John and Prince Harry will host a youth-focused special session at the 2016 International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa.
According to new estimates from the Centers for Disease Control around half of gay and bisexual black men in the United States will be diagnosed with HIV in their lifetime.
The US government’s health officials have announced that they will lift the lifetime ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men.
A former hedge fund manager who increased the cost of a life-saving AIDS drug by 5500% has backed down after an international outcry.
Apple stores worldwise are turning their iconic logo red today, to mark World AIDS Day.