TV on made for WAD Campaign 2001
Concise overview of the epidemiology of HIV/AIDS in Europe in 2005.
TV Clip for the WAD Campaign 1999.
TV clip produced for WAD Campaign - 1998.
TV clip made by Youth of JAZAS for the summer campaign during the Football World Cup - France 1998.
TV Clip produced and used by Youth of JAZAS for the activities during 1997.
TV Clip produced by Youth of JAZAS on the ocassion of December 1, WAD - 1997.
Submission to the European Court of Human Rights regarding the provision of needle exchange services in prisons.
HIV Forensics: The use of phylogenetic analysis as evidence in criminal investigation of HIV transmission
This short briefing paper is aimed at professionals working in the criminal justice system and HIV professionals who may be called as expert witnesses in criminal HIV transmission cases. It may also be useful for people working in HIV support organisations and HIV-positive individuals. It aims to explain how phylogenetic analysis should and should not be used in criminal trials for the reckless…
In October 2006, the WHO Regional Office for Europe convened the first in a series of technical consultations on the criminalization of HIV and other STIs transmission and exposure. The report provides an overview of key issues, challenges, policies and practices related to the criminalization of HIV and other STIs in Europe.
Sexual Health of HIV Positive Heterosexuals from black and minority backgrounds in the Netherlands. The study was carried out as a part of the project sexual health of people living with HIV in order to obtain data for a sexual health protocol for PLWHIV.
A basic package about combating STI and HIV among asylum seekers in the Netherlands. The package contains prevention strategies, training material, methods and useful addresses.
Tv spot of the 'AIDS - Remember me?' awareness raising campaign that was organised by the European Commission to urge young people in particular to remember that HIV/AIDS is still with us and to protect themselves. The slogan also invites people to remember those who lost their lives to the disease.
This presentation gives an update on media strategy and planning that will help you selecting the most effective media channels. BeMedia is the primary contact of the Belgian media for all aspects related to government communication.
Report aims to present the main results obtained during a poll conducted by the European Commission in order to find out what people know about HIV/AIDS in the 25 Member States and the acceding & candidate countries and the non government controlled areas of Cyprus.
Developed with the support of international technical agencies and M&E experts, the purpose of the M&E Toolkit is to gather a selection of standard indicators and provide users with references to key materials and resources. The M&E Toolkit focuses mainly on the routine high level reporting of a restricted set of measures of progress. The information package aims to provide those…
This publication contains country reports submitted by the National Focal Points of the European Project AIDS & Mobility. Information is provided on: - migrations patterns in the respective countries - attitudes and responses by society at large - policies and politics - communities involved - epidemiological developments - access to treatment, care and support - the relation between…
During the AIDS Action Europe seminar on working with the media, Lara Garrido - Herrero presented the EPHA's publication 'Working with the media'. The aim of the guide is to help NGOs and other health communicators become more active and effective in their relations with the media. The presentation highlights the ten ethical guidelines for health communicators as described in the guide.
During the AIDS Action Europe seminar on working with the media (September 2006), a fieldtrip was organised to one of the top 3 creative advertising agencies in Belgium. LDV United hosted a session on positioning your organisation in the media.
Presentation held by Thierry Martin during the AIDS Action Europe seminar on working with the media. It describes a 3-years mass media campaign (1994-1996) organised by the Agence Prevention Sida in Belgium targeting young tourists at their holiday destination. The main message was condom promotion.
Although working out a mass media campaign seems urgent because of the importance of the topic you want to address and because there can be a lot of pressure from government and/or public opinion to have a certain outcome, a campaign will reveal internal shortcomings predominantly if you don't have a communication strategy first.
The gay cruise is an exciting and informative website about dating and safe sex for gay men in the Netherlands. It is a response to the growing number of men who have sex with men looking for bed partners on the internet. Cruisers who first enter the site can choose their own attractive purser, who will be their personal guide providing tailor-made advice. Intervention mapping has played an…
From September 21st to 23rd 2006 Sensoa hosted the first best practice seminar of AIDS Action Europe on Working with the Media. This report contains the results of the discussions that took place during this seminar and many of the background documents that were provided. It is the result of a very constructive and inspired meeting of a very diverse but universally enthusiastic group of NGO…
The campaign shows naked individuals practicing sports such as fencing, ice hockey or motorcycling. Nakedness illustrates the vulnerability of the body while underscoring the claim ?No action without protection?. The Swiss Federal Office of Public Health presents its highly visual outdoor campaign and TV commercials to playfully raise the awareness of the general population for self-protection…
Presentation by Gerjo Kok (Maastricht University) about Intervention Mapping as a planning tool in health promotion programs. The presentation was given during AIDS Action Europe's best practice seminar on Monitoring & Evaluation.