Living Positive Victoria CEO Brent Allan was pleased with ADF’s swift response.
The final Seroconversion Study Report has been released, revealing more HIV-positive gay and bisexual men are embracing treatment than ever before.
The Victorian AIDS Council has released both a new video encouraging gay men to get regular STI check-ups, and a campaign promoting the importance of HIV-positive men going on treatment early.
A new group in Melbourne has been established to bring together LGBTI people from Latin American or Hispanic background and identify the issues they face.
Following the assault of a gay man in St Kilda recently, a homophobic sticker was spotted in Melbourne inciting violence against the gay community.
Part three (of four) of Turning Tina, an online resource for gay, bi, and trans HIV-positive men who use crystal meth, has just been released.
An accord on PrEP has been signed in Melbourne by a number of individuals and groups working in the local HIV sector as a way to show solidarity and support in their aligned goals.
As the second part of a four-part resource is released for HIV-positive men who use crystal meth, we hear from a former user about why something like this is important.
World AIDS Day was established in 1988 to mourn and honour the lives of those lost to AIDS-related illnesses, as well as to help raise awareness about HIV and AIDS globally. The day has grown to one that also aims to tackle stigma and raise awareness on needed legal reforms and treatment access. Brent Allan looks to the future of Australia’s response to HIV.