World AIDS Day (WAD) is held on December 1 each year and is celebrated globally to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and its associated issues such as stigma and discrimination.
PEACE Multicultural Services (a service of Relationships Australia SA) commemorates World AIDS Day each year with a special event.
This year the event was held on Thursday 23 November, and was called ‘Towards making a positive change: The power of the collective!’ Over a hundred service providers, community members, school students and teachers took part in this special event.
The Honourable Tung Ngo MLC launched the uplifting and inspiring song and music video called “Positive Change”, which was created by various communities, organisations, volunteers, and families.
The song underscores the importance of standing with people living with HIV and the role that each individual, communities and different groups can play in providing love, care, and respect.
The message of the event and the song is clear and simple: together we can take a collective stand to create a positive change by sharing the message of hope, love, respect, togetherness and inclusion.
Watch the video and share it with your friends, family and community!
PEACE Multicultural Services is at the forefront, delivering support to individuals, families and communities from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. To find out about PEACE or to volunteer, please visit the service page or call (08) 8245 8100