In this podcast Jane Bruning, national coordinator of Positive Women Inc, talks about the history and services offered nationally to HIV+ positive women.
1990s, aotearoa new zealand, auckland, body positive, breast feeding, children, community, community aids resource team, community hiv team, disclosure, discrimination, education, employment, family, health, health system, hiv/aids, homosexual law reform, isolation, jane bruning, jonathan smith, kevin baker, mark thomas, needle exchange programme, organisation, parents, positive women family hui, positive women inc, prevention, prostitution reform act (2003), queen of the whole universe, regions, retreats, safe sex, school, stereotypes, stigma, support, torrens fund, women, youth
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acceptance, advocate, asian, attitude, auckland hospital, australia, beauty, board, camp, campaigns, canada, cancer, change, christchurch, coming out, confidence, connections, emotional, empathy, epidemic, events, facilitator, fear, finances, food, forum, friends, fun, funding, future, gaming, gay, hawaii, heterosexual, history, homosexual, homosexual law reform, hospital, human rights, insurance, job, language, law, love, manatū hauora ministry of health, mask, media, medications, migrants, movies, newsletter, normal, opportunity, other, pacific, peer support, people, perception, performance, policy, pregnancy, puberty, public figure, public speaking, queen, relationships, resource, running, rural, self stigma, sex, sex work, shame, social, space, statistics, straight, stuff, teenage, time, touch, travel, understanding, voice, walking, wellington, work
|Record date:||21st July 2012|
|Location:||Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand|
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