The following post first appeared in the Art for AIDS International Blog on December 31, 2011. 2011 was a mixed bag in the global response to AIDS. While exciting medical breakthroughs in treatment and prevention hint at tremendous potential to reduce the transmission of HIV, these were often offset by reduced financial investment, profiteering, and […]
All under the age of 45, these 20 women are at the forefront of business, governance, innovation, and culture in Africa right now. And, even though I cannot speak to all of their accomplishments directly, or even agree with some of their perspectives, it seemed a list well worth sharing.
Here are 10 Development Blogs that anyone working, or interested, in the international development, humanitarian, or civil sector should follow.
With World AIDS Day approaching, I thought I would highlight a few of the essential books available about HIV and AIDS. Together they cover a wide range of issues from the personal to the structural, offering invaluable insight into the lives of people living with HIV or AIDS, and the impact of a 30 year […]
Over the past 10 years both my professional pursuit and academic research has focused largely on exploring links between ‘the arts’ and social transformation. As a result, my multiple roles as a graduate student, not-for-profit sector member, musician, and activist have exposed me to some of the various ways art can be used both as a space […]