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Check out YEAH’s AIDS 2014 wrap-up videos:

Honouring the Past, Hope for the Future: Towards an HIV Free Generation – Hamer Hall Light Projections & Princes Bridge Installations:

YEAH & Melbourne Youth Force – AIDS 2014 Street Art Legacy Wall @ Queen Victoria Market:

 

HIV & Sexual Health Peer Education Hub Launch:

YEAH & UNESCO launched the world’s first HIV and Sexual Health Peer Education Hub, a cutting edge open source online platform to encourage free sharing of youth HIV & sexual health peer education resources and tools amongst those working in similar programs around the world.

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Launch Panelists: left to right; Dr Luiz Loures, Assistant Secretary General, United Nations and DXD, UNAIDS; Kaushi Kogar, National Volunteer Manager; Christopher Castle – Chief of Section, HIV & Health Education UNESCO; Oona Cochrane, YEAH Peer Educator; Sam Brand, YEAH Peer Educator; Alex Tanglao, Manager-Peer Education Strategic Development, YEAH

Peer Education Hub Launch – Proudly supported by:

 

 

‘Turning on AIDS 2014’ Launch:

At the end of a heartbreaking day of learning the tragic fate of flight MH17, YEAH was urged to push ahead as producers of the first official launch of AIDS 2014. Delivering a moving speech, Ali Ross, YEAH’s co-founder and CEO talked about why it was more important than ever to do our work.

 

 

Youth Inspired Events around Melbourne at AIDS 2014 pamphlet!