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12:59 07/09/2010

Conflicting emotions at the conference

Tuesday evening – I’m writing this at the end of another stimulating and passionate day at the International AIDS conference. The conference is huge in all respects, and exhausting. Whilst I am resting my sore feet and writing this message, other VSO staff and thousands of other activists are on a human rights march through Vienna, being… Read more »

12:59 07/09/2010
A crowd at the 18th International AIDS Conference

Order, chaos and ululations

The 20, 000 plus crowd throngs Vienna City and can be seen all over the conference centre. People carrying red bags and wearing identical T-shirts can be seen everywhere. With the plenary is over and each person is heading to different rooms for sessions of interest to them. Although it seems chaotic, a keen eye… Read more »

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