Sharing Our Languages for World AIDS Day 2012

In 2012, our 25th year, we want to celebrate the different communities we work with – raising awareness, testing and working one to one. So this World AIDS day 2012 will be an opportunity to learn some words in a language we don’t know but would like to learn. So we can be teachers and students, learning from each other – to share a message for World AIDS day 2012.

The message is:
“Hello, my name is (insert your name): It is World AIDS Day. Do you know your HIV status? I do.”

How about learning that in French, or Swahili, Spanish, Shona, Gujarati, Bemba, Hindi, Chinese or one of many more languages?

You will be linked up with someone who wants to learn what you can teach / can teach you. You make the commitment to practice – then each one of us will be videoed – so that the fruits of our work will be recorded and there for the next 25 years. We will use the videos on our website and add the complied version to our growing catalogue of short films and adverts.

You identify what language(s) you can speak and which one you would like to learn for this project.

Please contact, or phone 0116 255 9995 to get involved.

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