“There’s been undeniable progress made since the ‘80s, but I feel like we’re going through a different kind of darkness now, which seems to be evident in politics all over the world.”
“By following Yvonne’s tireless, fearless, extraordinary example, we can all be better human beings and contribute to the betterment of this world.”
“HIV exposed the queerness of sexuality. And this was partly why it galvanised so many different types of people to join forces and fight.”
Since its traumatic origins in August 1985, during the early years of the HIV and AIDS crisis, ACON has evolved into a dynamic and multifaceted health promotion organisation. With the end of HIV transmissions now in sight, it is still an essential and enduring part of NSW’s health sector.