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In partnership with the African and Black Diaspora Global Network on HIV/AIDS and the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations, the Multicultural Health and Support Service hosted the “African Diaspora Networking Zone: Under the Baobab Tree” at the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne in July 2014. The bright and inviting zone was visited by thousands of people and was considered a great success.
Two experts from the Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health, director Demos Krouskos and Community Engagement Officer Hope Mathumbu, respond to the Scanlon Foundation's 2016 report on social cohesion, Australians Today. Demos Krouskos, Director of Centre for...
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The campaign aims to raise awareness around testing for blood borne viruses, through a series of online video stories. The videos show members of our diverse community in day-to-day situations talking about the peace of mind of knowing their status.
You can get a test for a blood borne virus or a sexually transmissible infection at your local doctor's clinic (sometimes also called a GP). Some tests are free because they are covered by Medicare. If you are unsure, please check with your doctor. There are also...
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