Using animation to confront stigma, discrimination and low perceptions of personal risk to HIV/AIDS in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Walsh, Christopher S. (2011). Using animation to confront stigma, discrimination and low perceptions of personal risk to HIV/AIDS in Chiang Mai, Thailand. HIV Australia, 9(1) pp. 36–38.

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Abstract

Mplus is a small community-based organisation, based in Chiang Mai, Thailand, committed to reducing high-risk sexual behavior and stemming the spread of HIV. In 2008, Mplus produced a series of screen-based animations for use in real-time and online peer-based HIV outreach and prevention activities targeting men who have sex with men (MSM), male sex workers and transgender people.

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