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Awareness raised by candlelight

11 Jun 2013

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The glow of candlelight filled the air as the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial ceremony was held during May at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA).

The ceremony was held to raise awareness about HIV and challenge stigmas around the disease.

On a rather dreary, cold and wet evening, 130 guests braved the elements to pay tribute, raise awareness and reflect for people living with HIV.

It was attended by many people who have been either directly affected, or had a relative affected by the disease, but, was also open to anyone wanting to learn more about the HIV and the people who live with it.

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