Audio from a panel discussion on HIV/AIDS, held at the New Zealand Film Archive in Wellington on 30 April 2014.
On the panel: Ron Irvine (Body Positive Wellington), Vaughan Meneses (New Zealand AIDS Foundation), Jane Bruning (Positive Women Inc.), Marama Pala (INA [Maori, Indigenous and South Pacific] HIV and AIDS Foundation), Dr Nigel Raymond (Infectious Disease Specialist) and Carl Greenwood (chair).
A special thank you to the New Zealand Film Archive for allowing us to record the discussion; and to the panel and audience for their contributions.
Note: a number of comments in this recording relate to film clips that were shown on the evening but are not included in this recording.
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