I have HIV. And the respect of my colleagues #worldaidsday

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 1-12-2012 21:00 | Category: Discrimination, Health

This is the campaign for Wolrd Aids Day from Germany. The base theme is acceptance. Because people with HIV have the right to be part of society.
The people in this campaign speak openly about their experiences with the infection in relation to their daily life.
Their topics range from the acceptance in the workplace or in the family to a little-known fact that HIV-positive people with the right treatment in a natural way to have healthy children.

The Weltaidstag is a community action by the Federal Ministry of Health, the Federal Centre for Health Education, the German AIDS Help and the German AIDS Foundation.

Poster below:
Manny, elderly caregiver:
“Ich habe HIV. Und den respekt meiner kollegen.”
“I have HIV. And the respect of my colleagues.”

Weltaidstag: Ich habe HIV. Und den respekt meiner kollegen. I have HIV. And the respect of my colleagues.

Alexandra, single mother and marathon forerunner:
“Ich habe HIV. Und die Anerkennung meines teams.”
“I have HIV. And the recognition of my teams.”

Weltaidstag: Ich habe HIV. Und die Anerkennung meines teams. I have HIV. And the recognition of my teams.

More print ads here and on our Pinterest campaign board.

Additional credits:
Director Esther Gronenborn

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