Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations Deposit 2
- 1985 - 2014 (Creation)
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28.6 m, 143 boxes.
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The Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations was formed at the first AIDS Conference in Melbourne on 17 November 1985 by the state-based AIDS Councils. Other members of the federation are the National Association of People Living with HIV/AIDS (NAPWA), the Australian IV League, the Anwernekenhe National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander HIV/AIDS Alliance (ANA), and Scarlet Alliance, the Australian Sex Workers Association. The federation provides leadership, coordination and support to Australia's policy, advocacy and health promotion response to HIV/AIDS. It is also active in the Asia Pacific region.
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Minutes of the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations and affiliated members, correspondence files, National and International conference programs and papers, policy files, legal files, National and International project files, Government and Non-Government liaison, medical research and treatments programs, educational resources, publications, audiovisual and printed material.
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Archives staff will need to request permission from the owner of the records before access can be given.
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Includes indexes to Literature Lists and National AIDS Bulletin issues and acronym list.
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Prepared by Debra Leigo, 16/05/2018.