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World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is a day to reflect on the impact of the HIV epidemic and to take action to raise awareness in the community about issues related to HIV. Each year there are both local and global themes around which to organise events and actions.

Between 2011-2015, World AIDS Days will have the theme of "Getting to zero: zero new HIV infections. Zero discrimination. Zero AIDS related deaths", reflecting the UN goals for reducing HIV transmissions by 2015.

World AIDS Day events

ATSIHAW

National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander HIV Awareness Week (ATSIHAW) events are taking place around Australia in week around World AIDS Day. Keep up to date by following them on Facebook or Twitter, #UANDMECANSTOPHIV.

 

ACT

Host a meal that matters to raise funds for the work of the AIDS Action Council

Other World AIDS events - market and BBQ, Red Dinner & Red Party ...
 

NSW

Red Ribbon Appeal events - Red parties, film screenings, a Red Dress Run, fundraisers ...

Volunteer with ACON

NT

Rouge - NTAHC's inaugural World AIDS Day gala dinner 

Other NT events - Red Ribbon dance party in Alice Springs, lunchtime event in Darwin ...
 

QLD

Queensland events listing - Fun run, Candlelight Vigil, fundraising dinners, Snap a Selfie ...

SA

SA events listing - BBQ, giveaways, remembrance service, community art exhibition, parties, Lyle Chan's AIDS Activist memoir in music.

TAS

Fundraising day, red ribbons and awareness raising

WA

Special screening of It's Not Over, the inspiring story of three courageous millennials from around the world who are living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.

WA events listing - pamper day for people with HIV, Red Carpet Dinner, PrEP forum, HIV morning tea and more.

VIC

Host a meal that matters - raise funds to support people living with HIV

Victorian events listing 

 

HIV in Australia | HIV globally

Check out the World AIDS Day in Australia official website for events in your area.

 

 

 

 


This page was published on 12 January, 2011

This page was reviewed on 25 November 2015