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Here you will find a showcase of YEAH’s videos, highlighting how we work to advocate for, educate and empower young Australians around issues of sexual health.
In July 2014, Melbourne hosted the 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014) providing Youth Empowerment Against HIV/AIDS (YEAH), with a unique opportunity to engage the community with the ongoing impact of HIV in our communities here and around the world.
This youth led legacy project created by YEAH and the Melbourne Youth Force was created by young people from over 50 countries who journeyed to Melbourne to take part in the 20th International AIDS Conference. This is their legacy for moving towards a HIV free generation.
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 AIDS2014. Delivering a deeply moving speech, Ali Ross, YEAH’s co-founder and CEO talked about why it was more important than ever to do our work.
YEAH (Youth Empowerment Against HIV/AIDS) with support from the Commonwealth Government, the Victorian Government, the City of Melbourne and the Arts Centre Melbourne proudly presented ‘Honouring the Past & Hope for the Future: Toward an HIV Free Generation’, a showcase of unique digital art projections that put a spotlight on creating an HIV- free generation as the projections lit up the façade of the Arts Centre’s Hamer Hall nightly during the AIDS 2014 Conference.