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Australian response to AIDS oral history project [sound recording]
Bib ID 1843975
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Access Conditions Access conditions set by each interviewee. 
Description 1992 Mar. 18-2009 
274 items. 
Summary

The project consists of 82 interviews with a range of people including some of the key government figures who played a part in coordinating Australia's response to HIV/AIDS, community leaders, activists and representatives of the broader HIV-positive community.

Biography/History

The project recorded the social and political response in Australia to the AIDS crisis.

Notes

A project undertaken jointly by the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations and the National Library of Australia.

Transcripts made for all interviews.

Each interview catalogued individually.

Recorded from 1992-2009.

Digital master available National Library of Australia

Related Material Portraits of people interviewed for the Australian response to AIDS oral history project, 1993; located at; National Library of Australia Pictures collection PIC P530/32-52 LOC Cold store PIC PORT 
Subjects AIDS (Disease) -- Government policy -- Australia.  |  AIDS (Disease) -- Psychological aspects.  |  AIDS (Disease) -- Social aspects.  |  HIV (Viruses) -- Australia.  |  HIV (Viruses) -- Australia -- Prevention.
Other authors/contributors National Library of Australia  |  Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations
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