Community awareness is vital to combat the myth, misconception and prejudice associated with HIV worldwide. Here, you’ll be able to find out more about HIV Foundation Queensland’s media campaigns. Soon, we will provide links to various digital platforms that are spreading the word and the good work of the Foundation to Queenslanders and the nation.
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As you may be aware, the Foundation’s work now falls under the responsibility of Queensland’s Sexual Health Ministerial Advisory Committee and the Department of Health.
The Foundation's offices (including email and contact numbers) will cease from tomorrow, 29 September 2017.
The Foundation’s 2017 round of research and programs grants was launched late last year aiming to facilitate the establishment of collaborative research and/or program teams comprising clinicians, researchers, community based organisations and/or policy makers that will support the creation of ne
The new ATSIHIV.org.au website is intended to be the go-to resource for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community on HIV.
In an effort to break down the stigma around living with HIV, Olympic silver medallist Ji Wallace is leading an expedition along the historic Kokoda trail in June of 2017. The HIV Foundation Queensland is proud to be working alongside Wallace in making the project a reality.