Dina Kotikova wishes to break stereotypes about people who live with HIV

“Knowledge about HIV” photo-exhibition opened on May 8 in Minsk. 

Earlier, it was demonstrated in Svetlogorsk and Gomel. This is the author’s project by a photographer Dina Kotikova, destined to break stereotypes about people who live with HIV. People who live with HIV, their partners and children are the exhibition central figures.
 
The exhibition is timed to the Day of memory for people who have died of AIDS, which this year will be celebrated on May 20. The photo-project is a part of the “Message” informational and cultural campaign implemented by the “Positive Movement” Belarusian Non-Governmental Organization within fulfillment of the grant allocated by the Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. The project is implemented in cooperation with UNDP and the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus, under the support of UNAIDS.
 
For more information please read the Belarusian/ Russian version.
 
10 May 2012