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Designers Against AIDS - Building Awareness through Fashion

19.07.2010 to 19.07.2010

Designers Against AIDS - Building Awareness through Fashion


Designers Against AIDS - Building Awareness through Fashion Designers Against AIDS - Building Awareness through Fashion


mo, 19.07.2010
18.00 h - 20.00 h

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Designers Against AIDS - Building Awareness through Fashion

Date: Mo July 19th, 6 pm
Place: freiraum quartier21 INTERNATIONAL

Steffi Tisson, a representative from Designers Against Aids will be travelling from Belgium to host a presentation on the work of DAA and how fashion influences raising HIV awareness.

Non-profit organization ‘Beauty Without Irony\' has launched the
international project ‘Designers Against AIDS\' (DAA) in 2004 in order
to raise AIDS awareness in the international media and towards the
general public, more specifically towards young people in the
industrialised countries using elements from pop culture (music,
fashion, design, arts, sports, film, celebrities, etc).

AIDS awareness project Designers Against AIDS -born in Belgium, but
active all over the world- wants to reach young people by using their
favorite celebrities from the worlds of music, fashion, sports and art
to raise their interest and curiosity, making them visit the website, click on the links to local AIDS
organisations and learn more about the disease.

The main objective of Designers against AIDS is to raise awareness and
to get the subject of HIV/AIDS back into the media all over the world,
as lately it has become a forgotten disease, especially in the western
world. Our messages are: ‘Prevention is the only cure for HIV/AIDS‘
(protect yourself and your partner) and ‘Know your status\' (get tested).
Furthermore we fight for the acceptance of and equal rights for
seropositive people.

(c) DAA

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