Survivors of 80s AIDS crisis share stories
Posted in: Health & HIV 6th February 2015
From the role of lesbians to the vanishing of whole neighborhoods, real LGBTI people share their experiences.
A thank you from Jonathan Smith
At a New Zealand AIDS Foundation event celebrating Jonathan Smith, the New Zealand Order of Merit recipient offered plenty of thanks of his own. We share his speech.
Matt Bomer's Globes acceptance speech
In gay actor Matt Bomerâs Golden Globes acceptance speech he stated "we love you, we remember you" to those lost to HIV/AIDS.
The biggest HIV/AIDS research breakthroughs of 2014
Posted in: Health & HIV 20th December 2014
The Huff Post rounds up a list of the most exciting HIV and AIDS findings of 2014.
The NZAF's Christmas message
New Zealand AIDS Foundation Executive Director Shaun Robinson says while 2014 has been a big year for the organisation, continued vigilance in the prevention of HIV and STIs is needed.
Decades of making a difference - Pt3
In an era when most HIV positive people still hide from discrimination, Bruce Kilmister has had to be one of the most public faces of HIV in NZ.
Decades of making a difference - Pt2
Brice Kilmister, just retired from running Body Positive, recalls his days as a drug smuggler, political activist and (extremely) stroppy man living with HIV.
Decades of making a difference - Pt1
After more than twenty years advocating on behalf of people struggling with HIV infection, Body Positive's CEO looks back as he packs up his office and retires.
Watch: More than HIV
With collections underway ahead of World AIDS Day on Monday, check out (and share) this video in which six people with HIV discuss the stigma they face.
World AIDS Day: Please donate!
Orphaned, homeless and HIV-positive... your donation in collection buckets this Friday or online any time could help HIV-positive people like this whose needs are particularly immense.
Kiwi men are raffling their 'meatpacks'
The New Zealand AIDS Foundation has come up with a light-hearted twist on the traditional meatpack raffle to raise money, and awareness about HIV and sexual health, in the lead-up to World AIDS Day.
LYC revving gay and bi men to 'Gear Up'
Love Your Condom says its newly-launched âGear Upâ ad campaign is deliberately sexy, masculine and playful.
Ask our expert: Cervical smears
A woman asks: âI have been told that because I only sleep with women that I donât need to get regular smears, is this true?â Dr Hazel Lewis clears the issue up once and for all.
The HIV epidemic - where are we at? Part 3
Posted in: Health & HIV 1st October 2014
In the third in a four-part series, NZAF Executive Director Shaun Robinson discusses the importance of access to HIV treatment.
The HIV epidemic â where are we at? Part 2
Posted in: Health & HIV 25th September 2014
Part two in a series where NZAF Executive Director Shaun Robinson discusses issues like condom use, developments in testing and diagnosis and emerging findings about PrEP.