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Fear and loathing. ©Young TV Producers on HIV and AIDS 2009
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Fear and loathing

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The Global Network of Young TV Producers on HIV and AIDS involves the participation of broadcasting organizations in Africa, Asia Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Europe. The capacity building project aims to improve the professional competence of young television producers reporting on HIV and AIDS but also mobilizes long-term commitment of regional and sub-regional broadcasting and media training organizations in support of the prevention, treatment, and care of HIV and AIDS.

To date, the project has supported the training of 212 young television producers who have produced 107 broadcast items aired in 74 countries.

This video is part of the DVD "HIV and AIDS on TV - disk 2. UNESCO's Network of Young TV Producers on HIV and AIDS"

Contents:
- Living with desire
- Stying alive - 48fest
- Fear and loathing (shown here)*
- Espoir à vie
- You, me qnd HIV/AIDS
- Condon - Mario Ferreiro
- Promise (I talk to them about it)
- Lite thy light
- Safe journey
- Learning from people
- Faith and hope
- Live and let live
- Femidoms empowers women

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on this subject: HIV and AIDS on TV. A TV Capacity Building Initiative

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Series: HIV and AIDS on TV
Type: Docufiction
Extract: 3 min. Total length:
Credits: UNESCO Communication and Information Sector (publisher), Young TV Producers on HIV and AIDS (publisher), MTV staying-alive (producer). UNAIDS (producer). UNFPA (producer). Kaiser Family (producer).
Published in: 2009
Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 219261

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