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Behind Bars: Persistence and Patience are Virtues

This interview with Amery Brown, the former Director of the National AIDS Coordinating Committee working in Trinidad and Tobago, is part of the Behind Bars series by Kevin Osborne and the International Planned Parenthood Federation.

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Behind Bars: Why Turn a Proportion of our Population into Potential Criminals Every Time They Have Sex?

This interview with Jan Albert, a Professor of Infectious Diseases who has worked at the Swedish Institute for Infectious Disease Control (SMI), is part of the Behind Bars series by Kevin Osborne and the International Planned Parenthood Federation.

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Behind Bars: I Want to Break Free from this Hatred and Stigma

This interview with Kaniz Fathema Peer counsellor Mukta Akash Bangladesh, from Khulna, Bangladesh is part of the Behind Bars series by Kevin Osborne and the International Planned Parenthood Federation. 

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Behind Bars: Discovering Your Former Partner is HIV Positive

This intervew with Marama Pala, an executive director from New Zealand who discovered that her former partner was HIV positive when she saw him on the front page of a newspaper article entitled ‘Face of Fear,’ is part of the Behind Bars series by Kevin Osborne and the International Planned Parenthood Federation.

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Behind Bars: A Bad Law is More Breached than Honoured

This interview with Chrispine Sibande, a lawyer and Deputy Director for Legal Services of the Malawi Human Rights Commission, is part of the Behind Bars series by Kevin Osborne and the International Planned Parenthood Federation.

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Behind Bars: When the System Falls Apart

Milena Stevanovic from Skopje, Macedonia, was a member of a medical team that was on duty in November 2008 when the police issued a court warrant to test arrested street commercial sex workers for STIs. This interview with Milena Stevanovic is part of the Behind Bars series by Kevin Osborne and the International Planned Parenthood Federation.

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Behind Bars: People Living with HIV Have Rights Like Any Other Person

This interview with Alice Mwangi, a beauty therapist from Yamumbi, Kenya, is part of the Behind Bars series by Kevin Osborne and the International Planned Parenthood Federation.

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Behind Bars: New Laws Can Create New Opportunities for Corruption

This interview with Sayed El Zemari, an International Health Expert and former practising Medical Doctor from Egypt, is part of the Behind Bars series by Kevin Osborne and the International Planned Parenthood Federation.

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(VIDEO) Behind Bars: Life Stories of People Affected by the Criminalization of HIV

Behind Bars show how a simplistic “law-and-order‟ response to HIV can intensify a climate of denial, secrecy and fear and provide a fertile breeding ground for the spread of HIV.

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Time to Pull the Plug on the International AIDS Conference?

As a veteran of more than 10 global conferences, and in an age of scarce resources and short government attention spans, I believe the time is long overdue to question the value of the IAC.

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