Series 329 - Material relating to health in the Pacific Islands

Poster - It can happen to anyone…it can happen to you Poster - No condom no sex! Poster - Can you tell which person carries the AIDS Virus? Poster - The Greatest Treasure of the Pacific… Poster - Like Our Ancestors - Navigate Life Safely... Poster - AIDS/HIV does not respect tradition culture or religion Poster - Lukautim Yu Yet Long AIDS Poster - She's Perfect…and she's also HIV+. Protect yourself from AIDS Poster - Show you care. Protect yourself from AIDS

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AU ANUA 329

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Material relating to health in the Pacific Islands

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  • 1974 - 2010 (Creation)

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1.0 m (4 boxes plus posters)

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(1961 -)

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Richard Eves is an anthropologist, and Senior Fellow in the State Society & Governance in Melanesia Program at the College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University. Dr Eves is also a peace and anti-nuclear activist. During 1982-1984 he was an activist with the Campaign Against Nuclear Energy (CANE), an Adelaide based organisation which was part of an Australia wide coalition (Coalition for a Nuclear Free Australia). In 1984 Eves was a member of the CANE Co-ordinating Collective and part-time organizer. He was Visiting Research Fellow, University of East Anglia 1996; Visiting Fellow in Commonwealth Studies, Cambridge University 1999-2000; 2004 ARC QE II Research Fellow at the Australian National University.

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Includes, brochures, stickers, clothing and posters relating to the prevention HIV/AIDS and other health matters in the Pacific Islands, particularly Papua New Guinea. Also includes reports from the Department of Health in Papua New Guinea.

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Prepared by Karina Taylor on 27 July 2011

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