Our street team paid a visit to Oxford Street, London, England to find out just how educated the unsuspecting public were on the topic of HIV/AIDS.
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MTV Staying Alive talk to a representative from large multinational company Chevron at the International AIDS Conference in Vienna about their internal efforts around HIV/AIDS, Malaria, Tuberculosis and other public health efforts in relation to their employees, contractors and their families.
What do you make of Chevron's approach to these issues?
What role do you feel large multinational companies such as Chevron should play in the fight against HIV?
Jessica Whitbread, who is part of the International Community of Women Living With HIV, on the value and challenges of young leaders in HIV prevention.
Jessica talks about the need for passionate and committed people to be involved in decision making of HIV prevention along with the value of networks such as the Young Positives network.
Executive Director of UNAIDS, Michelle Sidibe speaks about what inspires him in the fight against HIV, the new movement of young people leading in the fight against HIV and how MTV Staying Alive are playing their part in creating a space for these young people to thrive.
To what extent do you feel young people are leading in HIV prevention? And what do you think is the most effective way of getting HIV prevention messages out to young people in your country?