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31 October, 2017 14:46
Toronto eatery is the world's first pop-up run by HIV+ chefs
June’s HIV+ Eatery is popping up in Toronto for two nights this November. Billed as the “world’s first pop-up restaurant run by HIV positive chefs,” it’s a new initiative from Casey House that aims to “fight HIV/AIDS stigma with every bite.”
Elton was in Durban for the 2016 International AIDS Conference which is a biennial gathering of leading clinicians, researchers and activists committed to ending AIDS.
31 July, 2016 01:26
Elton John visits a clinic treating LGBT people with HIV in South Africa
Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) Founder Sir Elton John, joined by Chairman David Furnish and Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi visited a health clinic in Durban, South Africa which provides HIV testing and treatment for LGBT people. The clinic in Umlazi township is operated by EJAF’s funding partner Health 4 Men which has developed a nationwide programme to reach all LGBT people in need of HIV testing and other sexual health services.
<span>Elton John at the launch of his fund to support LGBT Africans during the international Aids conference in Durban.</span>
22 July, 2016 20:50
Elton John pledges millions to support LGBT people in Africa
Singer links up with US Aids relief agency to create $10m fund that will issue grants and provide expertise to people living under homophobic regimes.
Tolerance | AIDS.UA
21 July, 2016 17:58
Elton John AIDS Foundation and PEPFAR Announce Inaugural LGBT Fund Recipients
The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) and the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) are today announcing the first two recipients of The LGBT Fund. The inaugural recipients are the International HIV/AIDS Alliance (The Alliance) and the Global Forum on MSM & HIV (MSMGF). These partners will administer small grants and provide key technical expertise addressing stigma and discrimination through innovative and community-led approaches in sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean.
<div class="gallery-lightbox__img-caption">Police in Los Angeles on 29 March 2016 work the crime scene after a man was charged with killing his son for being gay.</div>
14 June, 2016 01:33
Killings of LGBT and HIV-affected people rose 20% in 2015, report finds
Homicides of LGBT and HIV-affected people in the US have risen 20% since 2014, according to a report released on Monday.
Friends and family members embrace outside the Orlando Police Headquarters during the investigation of a shooting at the Pulse night club, where as many as 20 people have been injured after a gunman opened fire, in Orlando, Florida, U.S June 12, 2016.
13 June, 2016 01:39
Orlando club was sister's tribute to gay brother who died of AIDS
The co-owner of Pulse, the Orlando gay nightclub that became the scene of the worst mass shooting in U.S. history on Sunday, founded the club to honor her brother who died of AIDS and to support the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
A pedestrian walks across a rainbow pedestrian crossing painted on Sydney's Oxford street, the city's main gay district April 4, 2013.
17 May, 2016 17:23
Muslim states block gay groups from U.N. AIDS meeting; U.S. protests
A group of 51 Muslim states has blocked 11 gay and transgender organizations from attending a high-level meeting at the United Nations next month on ending AIDS, sparking a protest by the United States, Canada and the European Union.