Education

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HIV and AIDS

Contemporary Art for Human Rights of Children Living with HIV

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Language(s): Pусский subtitlesEng

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In 2006-2007 within the programme of Stella Art Foundation "Art in Response to HIV Prevention among Children" in collaboration with the Moscow UNESCO Office were organized three master-classes for children who live with HIV. They were held by three renowned contemporary artists: one by Alyona Kirtsova in Regional Infectious Diseases Hospital of Ust-Izhora town, in Saint Petersburg, and the others by Eugenia Emets and Stas Polnarev in Children's Home N.5, Yekaterinburg.

Place/Country: Russian Federation
Type: Documentary
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Authors and personalities: Victor Vogdanov, director. Alyona Kirtsova, participant ; Eugenia Emets, participant ; Ira Yokovleva, participant ; Stas Polnarev, participant.
Production: Stella Art Foundation, Russian Federation, producer. UNAIDS, co-producer ; UNESCO Moscow, co-producer.
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Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 158958
Rights/Droits: UNESCO Moscow

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